The land can cause
you to sizzle and it can chill you to the bone. all in the
same day. The land of The People is rugged,
and beautiful. It abounds with blinding sun, crystal blue
skies, frigid blue water, sheer vermilion walls and
White puffy clouds float effortlessly amid the silence of
the ages, during which The People have lived off of
the unforgiving land, as they do today.
years and the water have left their marks in deep canyons
that snake their way along the rivers seemingly guarded
everywhere by the cottonwood tree.
Everywhere you look
there is a sign of The People. Even in
the rocks that look as comforting as a smile on the face
or a blanket that was woven by caring hands.
And there is
water. Clear, blue, frigid. Placed here by a
You can see the other
side of the earth from here, and feel a personal kind of
eternity. The silence stings your ears as you look
at the land of The People.
"This place has been good for
us," a Navajo man once told me. "Sometimes
though you have to be careful where you sit and where you
Whenever you visit
the land, you know that you are some place that is very
special, indeed. Pause for a moment to visit a very
special gallery with images of
Land and People."