Ears of Corn in the Hogan

Corn is an important staple and somewhat of a backbone for the Navajo People. It’s considered to play an important role to the creation of humanity and is apart of the origin of the Navajo people who call themselves the Dineh people. This corn was photographed in a traditional Navajo Home (hogan) with permission.

Big Lake Trading Post, Page, Arizona

Big Lake Trading Post, Page, Arizona
I am capturing every detail around me even those often overlooked by locals. Even murals on buildings seem to capture my attention and this one was no exception especially with the light fixture above the sandstone mittens.