So join me on a little walk down memory lane to some of our beautiful desert areas in the Southwest.
|Bryce Canyon Utah at Sundown|
|And Bryce Canyon at Sunrise|
|North Rim Grand Canyon Arizona|
|North Rim Grand Canyon at Sundown|
|Old Paria in Escalante Utah This was the setting for many Westerns, |
including The Outlaw Jesse Wales.
|Horseshoe Bend in Page Arizona. Crawled on my hands & knees to take the 2 images that were later stitched together to create this shot. No way could I stand and shoot over the edge!|
|Antelope Canyon in Page Arizona Followed behind a photo |
group and was able to catch remnants of their leftover sunbeams.
|More of Antelope Canyon I liked the ghost like figure in|
this sunbeam. This is created by throwing sand into the sunbeam.
|The famous Mittens of Monument Valley Arizona at Sundown|
|Navajo Indian showing how she weaves baskets in a|
native dwelling in Monument Valley
|Aztec Ruins in Northern New Mexico|
|Doorways in the interiors of Aztec Ruins.|
|Taos Pueblo Taos New Mexico This is the oldest continual populated community in the USA today.|
|Cemetery & Bell Tower in Taos Pueblo|
|One of the homes in Taos Pueblo|
|Mesa Verde Colorado|
|Canyonland Utah This is several images stitched together to make a panorama.|
|Newspaper Rock in Canyonland Utah|
|Cactus Blooms in the Desert Springtime|
|Overlooking one of the large canyons in Canyonland|
|And last is an often overlooked little valley in Utah called Goblin Valley. Check out how large these rocks are. Can you find the people?|