Monument Valley

Monument Valley on the Navajo Nation Reservation is what many consider to be quintessential America. The road that leads into the sunset will also lead you to your dreams of freedom. Called Tse’Bii’Ndzisgaii or, loosely translated, the place where streaks go around in the rocks, in the Navajo language, this is one of the most photographed places in the United States. The valley is a sacred place to the native peoples and it’s easy to see why. There is a hush upon the valley at sunset and sunrise and standing behind the Rain God Mesa in the late afternoon there is a sense of calm. One stands in reverence while observing the grand rocks.

6 Replies to “Monument Valley”

  1. Aunt Gail says: Reply

    I wish we’d gone with you on your whole trip, from Grand Canyon to Bryce! So much natural beauty, a feast for the eyes and soul.

    1. You would have loved it. I still can’t get over all the beautiful places we saw.

  2. Da muss ich auch unbedingt wieder mal hin, so grossartig! Ward ihr auf dem Campground dort?

  3. You really captured the deep reds of the rocks at sunrise and sunset. Very nice!

  4. Juliana, these photos are so really good. Impressive artwork

    1. Thank you, Judy.

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.