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Zachary Guadamour, originally from Columbia, currently lives and writes in Agua Prieta, Sonora.
Ed. note: A ciénega (also spelled ciénaga or ciénaca) is a type of wetland commonly found in the American Southwest and western Mexico. Ciénagas are alkaline, freshwater, spongy, wet meadows with shallow-gradient, permanently saturated soils in otherwise arid landscapes that often occupy nearly the entire widths of valley bottoms.
Cienega Chica Xochimilco, México