My Photograph of the Day: Closing In
Among the slots of Water Hole Canyon near Page, Arizona.

My Photograph of the Day: Closing In

[vc_row ct_row_stretch=""][vc_column][vc_column_text]Waterholes Canyon is a slot canyon just south of Page Arizona on the Navajo Nation. This area by Lake Powell is known for it’s slot canyons. And to visit their requires two things, it requires a day-use pass from the Navajo Nation and it requires a good pair of hiking boots! Both of which I had on this particular…

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My Photograph of the Day: Arch in the Slots
A wonderful arch in the walls of Lower Antelope Canyon, a slot canyon in the Navajo Nation, just outside of Page, Arizona.

My Photograph of the Day: Arch in the Slots

Lower Antelope Canyon is my favorite among the two Antelope Canyons. Everyone goes to upper Antelope, that is where all the tours go. But Lower Antelope Canyon I think has more character, and I think that this artwork clearly shows some of the wonderful character which makes this slot my favorite.

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Coal Mine Canyon Redux
Last rays of the setting sun at Coal Mine Canyon, Navajo Nation, Arizona.

Coal Mine Canyon Redux

One of my favorite places to visit as of late has been Coal Mine Canyon, off AZ 264 about 16 miles north of Tuba City. If you are going much further, you find yourself entering the Hopi Nation. This is easy to recognize as the number of hogans visible from the roadside drop to none. On this visit to Coal…

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In the Spotlight: Elephant Butte In Black And White
Elephant Butte in Black and White

In the Spotlight: Elephant Butte In Black And White

A couple of years back my daughter and I traveled out west from Virginia, and one of the locations we visited was Monument Valley.  Now that I live here in Arizona, Monument Valley (and the more northern Valley of the Gods) is just a five hour drive from Phoenix area.  But at the time, the place was magical and I…

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