Weekly Photo Challenge: Perspective

 

Ancient Anasazi Ruins. There are numerous adobe dwellings like this through out the southwest.

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The cliff dwellings above are just to the right of the blue arrow. How in the world did they get in there?

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Photos taken at Junction Overlook, Canyon de Chelly National Monument, Arizona.

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  9. On a 3 week family tour of national parks all across the US, I remember visiting the cliff dwellings in Mesa Verdre NP as I child. To this day, I am still fascinated by them and Mesa Verde is still one of my favourite parks I’ve visited! Beautiful!

    • I’m sure that trip was wonderful. Travel has always been important in my family and I look forward to passing on the tradition. I’ve visited 4 parks with cliff dwellings, these are in Arizona. I also posted cliff dwellings from Mesa Verde in my Where in the world post. I wanted to see the cliff palace, I walked out onto the deck looking and looking wondering where they were then something caught my eye…they were behind me and seemed to jump out at me. Unfortunately I didn’t get to tour the ruins, the trail was closed for the season.

      thanks for visiting and sharing your memories, Ana

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