One experiences great vastness on top of Hunt’s Mesa overlooking Monument Valley…
“May your choices reflect your hopes, not your fears.” ~~ Nelson Mandela
“You measure the size of the accomplishment by the obstacles you had to overcome to reach your goal.”
~~ Booker T. Washington
The featured photograph above is me on top of Hunt’s Mesa in Monument Valley for sunrise. A special “thank you” to Frank Comisar from Scenic Aperture for taking this photograph of me — doing what I love and being on sacred land!
Below is my special group of photography friends…Bobbie Baird and Ken Fox…with our leader Frank Comisar. We are quite the group who love the quest of adventure through photography. I am blessed to know these special people and privileged to call them friends. I treasure our photo excursions together that are filled with much laughter, banter, love of the land and learning.
Enjoy my posts from our latest photography excursion to Hunt’s Mesa (an overnight camping trip) and Mystery Valley in Monument Valley, Valley of the Gods in Mexican Hat, a re-visit to the slot canyons and Horseshoe Bend in Arizona and then another overnight camping trip to White Pocket in Utah. My next blog posts will also include photographs from this trip. Again, enjoy!
Ok, I will admit that I it was “peer pressure” from my group of photo friends that convinced me to do this overnight excursion to Hunt’s Mesa. It was a two hour 4-wheel drive by our Navajo Indian guide into the back country that did have me holding my rosary beads. We camped overnight and had both an opportunity to photograph sunset and sunrise on top of the mesa overlooking Monument Valley. Obviously, this was a good experience with peer pressure.