Jan 202011

Little Reservation Pup
I took this photo a few years back of a stray dog living on the Havasupai Indian Reservation located inside the Grand Canyon. We had been hiking between the village and the campground every day and this fella followed us around the whole time. The next evening is when the big flood of August 2008 hit Havasupai and destroyed the priceless Navajo Falls. My friends & I had to be rescued. I was thinking of posting a few more images I took prior to the devastation…

Jun 292009

Nice Indians Behind You!
If you have spent a majority of your time traveling across the Navajo Reservation your bound to have passed by this sign on the way to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. This is left over from the remnants of an old roadside stand that was called Chief Yellowhorse’s Trading Post. There used to be another sign that proclaimed: “Chief Yellowhorse Loves You!” I don’t see it standing up any more though. Soon, I would like to focus my lens on more of the rural decay found on the reservation because there is beauty in what I see out there. It’s kinda sad, but the emotions should be captured in images. Navajoland is a truly beautiful place!

Jun 112009

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.

Jun 092009

Closed Roadside Stand on the Navajo Reservation
This is one of those places where Navajo folks sell arts and crafts off the roadside to tourists and travelers. I want to photograph more of the rural decay often overlooked on the reservation just like I do around my own hometown.

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