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Totem
Photo By Susan Q Byrd

  • Title: Totem
  • State/Province/Region: Utah
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: In Monument Valley
  • Nearest Town: Kayenta, AZ
  • Brief Directions: North off Highway 160 from Kayenta, AZ onto Highway 163, about 20 miles to Monument Valley Park entrance.
  • Notes: This image was taken in August but Autumn is cooler since it is a desert area. Winter is beautiful when it snows and the air is clear.
  • Best Season: Autumn
  • Description: Monument Valley Totem in the sand dunes in August. Leading line of green plants point to the Totem rock.
  • Gear: Canon D7 with 100-400 Canon IS lens, tripod
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