From the Ashes of the Sunset Crater Volcano, Arizona

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Its been centuries and centuries since the last eruption but the coat of ashes still lingers over Sunset Crater. What now resides is a blanket of ebony and the natural life that has overgrown in dusty volcanic scene. img_9961_zpsncvpttmh

Arriving at Sunset Crater, I was left without breath at the sight of this painting-like scene. If anyone has seen the Camel Thorn Trees in Namibia  (if you haven’t you must take a look here!! ), this shot reminds me of its un-photograph like quality.

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Wupatki National Monument

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During our spring trek to Northern Arizona, we stopped by the Wupatki National Monument, a well-known Native American ruins. It is one of several sites preserving pueblos, ancient villages, and was once habited by the Anasazi and Sinagua Indians in the 12th & 13th century.img_0041_zpskfajykry

In the Hopi language, Wupatki Pueblo means ‘big house’ as it was once a home to a community of three hundred people.

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