Celebrating the Heart of America, Her People and Places
Don't you love those quick thundershowers that show up out west? That bottom shot captures that phenomenon perfectly.The top shot definitely takes the cake here, although I like the second one a LOT because it encourages the viewer to roam around the photo instead of to look directly in the center. And, it makes me feel like I'm on another planet.
Great shots with different perspectives. Makes we want to visit this area!
Really beautiful shots, Colorado must be a wonderful place to visit.. Great, love that mountains! ^^
Awesome sights !!!!!
That top photo is INCREDIBLE!!! Really enjoying the photos from this trip... amazing!
Where do I start?!?!These are all so good. Absolutely stunning Mike.I have missed ya! :)
Absolutely beautiful photos, especially that sudden rainstorm. You caught it perfectly.
You're right, no need to say much. the pictures speak for themselves!
Thanks a bunch for posting these. I've read, and re-read all of Tony Hillerman's mystery novels over the years. He's one of my favorite authors. His main characters live and work on the Navajo reservation and Shiprock figures prominently in most of his novels.I've seen a picture or two over the years of the actual Shiprock, but your's are the best by far.
This photo's aren't worth the words but just need to see by your eyes!!!:) Great!
Hi NO Mike:)< Indeed you won't have to say much to see notice that this is a GREAT fantastic surrounding and you photo's express that very well!!!:)I posted a cows B&W collage today:)Have a great weekend !JoAnn :)
Beautiful photos. I'd love to visit there.
The first two are my favorites.
The first is my favorite, because of the clouds. The last is the only way I've seen Shiprock personally - from a long way away!
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