I’m following a young (I think) blogger who seems amazing to me. She writes two or three posts a day. And I’m not saying she posts someone else’s quote or inserts a short little post. No. This girl writes page after page of stuff. Every day. Two or three times. It’s enough to make you feel inadequate. Or at least wondering jwtf she does in her spare time, if she has any.
So I thought I’d make two posts today. Narami hosts a “Textures of Tuesday” Photo Challenge. And I’m joining in her challenge today with this photograph of the outrageous rock formations found in Monument Valley, Utah, lying inside Navajo tribal territory. The Navajo call it “Tse Bii’ Ndzisgaii” which unsurprisingly translates to “valley of the rocks.” If you’ve ever seen a John Wayne western, you’ve seen him ride his horse through Monument Valley.
Just so you get an idea of scale, the top rock, balancing on the others, is about the size of a Greyhound bus. If you look closely at the bottom of the brown pile of rock, you’ll see a thin, horizontal tan line: that is the dirt road I’m on.
You can find Narami’s fine photography, along with links to other challengers, at this url: https://narami.wordpress.com/