With a few scant junipers gripping the sage canapy…
This was taken last spring when snow still falls but melts quickly in the high desert country of Southern Utah. These photos become memories of all the places I go. In some ways, it has been my photography that ties me to the land and has provided a strong connection. Life is very short so you might as well enjoy the aesthetics and beauty that surrounds us.
A carved representation of a Navajo witch, otherwise known as a skinwalker. These entities have deep roots in Navajo culture and it’s controversial to discuss them. I’ve had a few experiences in my own life; events that can be tied to this darker side of Navajo (Dineh) culture. Because of these experiences, I’ll leave it at that!
Navajo rugs on display and for sale at Cameron Trading Post on the Navajo Reservation in Northern Arizona. Cameron Trading Post is a great pit-stop when traveling between Page and Flagstaff, Arizona. Some of the tastiest Navajo fry bread is available in their restaurant.