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Walk In Beauty

We were lucky enough to spend a lot of time in Dinetah (Navajoland) from 1993-1996.
We not only toured all of the wonderful 'Tourist Spots", but had a chance to really
get to know many Navajos (Diné) and their values of family, spirituality and the land.
I hope you enjoy this glimpse into a nation within our nation.
Sunrise in Monument Valley.
sunrise through the mittens

Sunrise in Monument Valley.

This formation in the rocks was beautiful with the sun shining through it.
Eye of the Sun

This formation in the rocks was beautiful with the sun shining through it.

Monument Valley horseman
Monument Valley horseman
A friend climbed up on the rocks.
Wil Silhouette

A friend climbed up on the rocks.

Canyon de Chelly- an Anasazi apartment house
White house ruins

Canyon de Chelly- an Anasazi "apartment house"

This slot canyon was up on the border between Utah and Arizona near Navajo National Monument.
Slot Canyon

This slot canyon was up on the border between Utah and Arizona near Navajo National Monument.

A sign at the dirt road going into Big Mountain, stating what the Big Mountain residents felt about relocating off the joint use area.
Relocation

A sign at the dirt road going into Big Mountain, stating what the Big Mountain residents felt about relocating off the joint use area.

I was down today with a bug, so I used this picture that I took last fall in Monument Valley. These 2 of the Yazzie boys were all dressed up, waiting to go to the Navajo fair in Window Rock. I just loved them all dressed up in their ceremonial garb. Music is by Sharon Burch, a favorite Diné (Navajo) singer.
Waiting To Go To the Fair

I was down today with a bug, so I used this picture that I took last fall in Monument Valley. These 2 of the Yazzie boys were all dressed up, waiting to go to the Navajo fair in Window Rock. I just loved them all dressed up in their ceremonial garb. Music is by Sharon Burch, a favorite Diné (Navajo) singer.