Thursday, October 1, 2009

High Noon at Chilchinbito Rock

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Watching the sky near Chilchinbito, Arizona

on the Many Farms to Kayenta Road
between Carson and Black Mesas
Outside of Monument Valley
in Navajo Country
Mile 1314
on the
Great Western Road Trip

24 comments:

Squirrel said...

Love it. Very dramatic! I bet you are haveing a great time taking those photos.

Guy D said...

Simply incredible photo, you never disappoint.

Have a great weekend
Guy
Regina In Pictures

Janie said...

Wow, that's a dramatic, dynamic sky over some great desert scenery. Nice shot!

Kevin said...

What a dramatic photo. The black and white works perfectly. Thanks for sharing.

Anonymous said...

I enjoyed this installment of your trip. My favorite was the last shot with the rain.

Photo Cache said...

Oh wow! I've always wanted to go see this place.

Michelle said...

Great edit on this shot. It doesn't even look real.

Very cool shot.

~One Crafty Mama

LV said...

A very good picture along the way of your trip. A very nice job.

VALKYRIEN said...

So dramatic and beautiful! Wow!

Anonymous said...

Seriously, I'm thinking Ansel Adams the minute I look at this. Guy is right, your photos are always interesting and worth a closer look.

~Cheryl said...

Those clouds are full of action, and I'm enchanted with the rock's name! Great photo!

Regina said...

Marvelous!

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Incredible photograph.

jenX said...

how do you do it!? i agree, it's so dramatic.

Gaelyn said...

Looks like a view out of the old west. Excellent capture.

Catherine said...

wonderfully dramatic photo..those clouds are really something..

dAwN said...

Breathtaking...award winning...
Beautiful photo!

Mary said...

Fantastic. I love the detail and boldness. Wow, Tim.

Susan Ellis said...

Wow! I clicked on the image, and immediately saw about five different faces in the clouds...supernatural? Who's looking at who here?

Stark Raving Zen said...

Haunting.

Glennia/ The Silent I said...

Beautiful! Reminds me of a Turner painting with the tumultuous clouds rolling by.

Sharlene said...

Absolutely gorgeous.

TheWordwire said...

This photo made me gasp, it's so beautiful. I absolutely love exploring the American Southwest, and think Monument Valley and the four corners area are out of this world. Thanks for sharing.

Marina K. Villatoro said...

I love how the sky looks and that black and white effect make it a perfect picture

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