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For more than 50 million years, erosion, wind and weather have stripped away the softer strata to reveal the awe-inspiring sandstone buttes and mesas rising from the desert floor that give Monument Valley its name.
Navajo Women at their Looms
“I felt extremely privileged to visit with these women in their homes and photograph then weaving their blankets at their looms at a time Monument Valley was an extremely remote destination.” — Elmer A. Hubbard
Navajo Real Estate: Deserted Hogans
The simply constructed hogan is the traditional iconic dwelling of the Navajo people; more often deserted these days, but revered and never forgotten.
Anasazi Real Estate: Ancient Dwellings
Tree-ring dating puts these emerging Anasazi real estate developments throughout the Navajo Nation around the late 1200s.
Emanating from springs in the White Mountains in eastern Arizona, the Little Colorado River cuts through narrow rugged gorges along the northern plateau and cascades over Grand Falls, another remote and unsung natural wonder of the Navajo Nation.