Grand Falls in the Navajo Nation
Note: Click image for larger picture.
Less than an hour's drive from here.
This river and falls are dry most of the year except during the snow-melt
Hard to get the massive size from there snapshots. Note the people walking at
Beautiful (and loud).
It is said that Grand Falls, while smaller than Niagara Falls, has a higher
Note the covered picnic table at the upper right and people on the bottom,
Note the rainbow near the bottom center.
Took my widest wide-angle lens to get this shot.
Note the turbulence and muddy texture of the flow.
The canyon below the falls.
A local guru meditating (Sherri).
Wupatki National Monument
A painted desert area
Anasazi Indian ruins
About 800 years old
A local Indian farmer
Note the finish work. What tools did they have?
No Internet and no Google. How did they survive? [Hint: They didn't!]
The may have cut flat little stones from these flat large stones.
Silhouette- I love this camera.
With more light on the subject.
Another Indian ruin but with wavy walls
Sagebrush dotted the hillside
This pit did not collect water because it is limestone.