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Sunrise On The Mittens
Photo By Tom Barnwell

  • Title: Sunrise On The Mittens
  • State/Province/Region: Arizona
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: Monument Valley
  • Nearest Town: Kayenta
  • Brief Directions: The View Hotel is easily found by Google.
  • Notes: Taken at an Arizona Highways Photo Workshop lead by Navajo photographer LeRoy DeJolie.
  • GPS Longitude: -110.1
  • GPS Latitude: 37
  • Best Season: Spring
  • Description: Sunrise on the Mittens from the overlook at The View Hotel in Monument Valley. I was searching for a different view of this iconic landscape and found it in this image.
  • Gear: Canon 5D Mk II, 24-105mm @ 24mm, tripod
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