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Weekly Photo Challenge: Weathered Wupatki

Weathered pueblos where Anasazi  Indians lived almost 1000 years ago dot the landscape of Northern Arizona. The Anasazi are considered to be the ancient ancestors of today’s Pueblo Indians including the Hopi and the Zuni. 50 more words

Photography

New watercolor ~ Wall of Lore

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This is another view of the famous Wukoki Pueblo ruins that I’ve painted before (from the Wupatki National Monument near Flagstaff, Arizona). 105 more words

Art

Wupatki National Monument

10/15/17 Sunday traveling from Page, AZ to Cottonwood, AZ

On our way to the TT Campground Verde Valley, near Cottonwood, we stopped at one of 3 National Monuments that are north of Flagstaff. 335 more words

National Parks (NPS)

New watercolor ~ Red Sky Lore

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Morning.
Spring.
An abandoned pueblo of sandstone and spirits.
One witness — a lore tree. 78 more words

Art

New watercolor ~ Sandstone Lore

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This painting features a favorite motif of mine — the remarkable Wukoki Pueblo from the Wupatki National Monument in Arizona.  134 more words

Art

New watercolor ~ Pueblo Lore

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How about something whimsical this week? It’s a colorful landscape loosely based on the ancient pueblos of the Wupatki National Monument near Flagstaff, Arizona.  81 more words

Art

First Time at Walnut Canyon, Sunset Crater, Wupatki, and Grand Falls

If you have ever hung out with Lee you know he has boundless energy, but today was packed full even for us. Flagstaff has three National Monuments in close proximity to each other, plus in his research he found a special surprise for me, but I’ll tell you about that later.   2,012 more words

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