Weekly Photo Challenge: Curves (in Canyon de Chelly)

More tales from the journey of life ..

The Beauty Along the Road

I have been waiting for an opportunity to highlight a few of my Canyon de Chelly pictures. This amazing place is located in North Eastern Arizona and is owned by the Navajo (Dine) tribe. I was fortunate to spend a week with a group of writers on the land of a Dine family, at the bottom of this Canyon. Tourists can only access the Canyon to a certain point and then must hire someone to take them further into the area, either by truck (the so-called "Shake 'n Bakes" – you get rattled and baked by the sun sitting on the back of a truck), horseback, or by foot.
The Canyon is full of ancient pictographs; even broken pot shards that cannot be taken away. When you sit still, on one of the rock ledges, the wind tells you about this place. The "Star Cave" picture and poem in an…

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