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Architecture Coffee Mug featuring the photograph Anasazi Cliff Ruins by Robert Bales

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Anasazi Cliff Ruins Coffee Mug

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Our ceramic coffee mugs are available in two sizes: 11 oz. and 15 oz. Each mug is dishwasher and microwave safe.

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11 oz.

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1 - 2 business days

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Atlanta, GA

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Wonderful place and image. Vote for this!

Robert Bales replied:

Yes it sure is a great place and thanks for the comment and the VOTE!!

Fantastic artwork, your Anasazi Cliff Ruins

Robert Bales replied:

Thanks so much Mona for the wonderful comments!!

Stunning work!!!

Robert Bales replied:

Thanks so much Maya!!

Wow, amazing. Would love to visit this area.. Great capture. love the colors and details. L.F.

Robert Bales replied:

It sure is a great place and thanks for the nice comment and the LF!! It is a little hike to get to it!

Fantastic artwork Robert

Robert Bales replied:

Thanks Mona for the comment!! It is greatly appreciated!!

Fascinating place Robert, I need to visit here!...F/T/L

Robert Bales replied:

It sure is a great little hike to get to it. Thanks for the comments and the FLT!!

not sure how i missed this one.. AMAZING photo..

Robert Bales replied:

Thanks so much and I have missed a lot of nice images!!

Amazing! I am fascinated by the architecture of the Anasazi people! This is a incredible capture! flp

Robert Bales replied:

So am I Peggy and thanks so much for the nice comments and the FLP!!

An amazing ancient structure and interesting store behind it, Bill! You could publish a photo-filled book with all your great photography and knowledge! L/F

Robert Bales replied:

Thjanks so much for the wonderful comments and the FL!! I guess it is a carry over from teaching.

Congratulations, your outstanding artwork has been chosen as a Feature on the home page of the Amateur Photographers 1 per Day Limit group !!

Robert Bales replied:

Jeffrey for the great promotion!! It is greatly appreciated!

Congratulations on being featured in the Fine Art America Group "Images That Excite You!"

Robert Bales replied:

Thanks so much John!!!

this is astonishing! excellent shot. L/Fav/Tw

Robert Bales replied:

Thanks so much for the nice comments along with the FLTw!!

Wonderful capture, Robert. The colors and textures, as well as your composition, are splendid. It almost looks as if the overhang is on fire, for the textures and colors are so grand. It sure captures the feel of what it would have been like to have lived here. No house key needed.

Robert Bales replied:

Very true about the key!!(LOL) I think that is why it has the nickname about fire. It sure was interesting to explore and thanks!!

Delightful image with a good catch on the textures and color of rock, well done;)

Robert Bales replied:

Thanks so much Jack. It was about a mile hike to it!!

Brilliant capture of an amazing place! So enjoyed reading your interesting description! L/F

Awesome shot of these fascinating ruins! - great detail! l/f/t/p

Robert Bales replied:

Yes it sure was very interesting and thans for the comments and the LFTP!!

Wow those are some awesome ruins Robert... thanks for sharing. fv

Robert Bales replied:

Yes they are and it was a very nice hike to get to them!! Thanks for the fv!!

EXCELLENT......V

Robert Bales replied:

Thanks Barbara for the vote and comment!

Robert this is such an amazing image! Thank you for sharing! v/f

Robert Bales replied:

Thanks Donna it was well worth the hike!

Great shot. We're leaving for Mesa Verde, Santa Fe, and Taos tomorrow and hope to get a good shot of House on Fire in Mule Canyon which I believe is the subject of this photos. Really does look like it's on fire. Very well shot.

Robert Bales replied:

I think you are correct and I hope you have a great hike to it.

Nice work Robert!

Robert Bales replied:

Sorry it took so long--flu bug, but thanks Mike for looking and the nice comment!

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Coffee Mug Reviews (612)

Average Rating (4.94 Stars):

July 18th, 2018

I've ordered three mags to compliment the team that participated in the shoot. One of the mags came broken. Considering the foamy package, that happened at the packaging stage rather than on the delivery.

July 17th, 2018

Beautiful design, good quality. I would like to order more items from this artist!

July 16th, 2018

Great mug

July 16th, 2018

Great mug

July 16th, 2018

Loved it! Graphics of the GTO were wonderful......highly recommend

July 16th, 2018

These mugs were exactly what I wanted and the graphics are great for both the GTO and the Firebird. I highly recommend them for any classic car loving person

Artist's Description

The Anasazi Pueblo People were an ancient culture of Native Americans who were believed to have lived as long ago as the 12 century BCE. These ancient peoples are known for the impressive pueblo homes, made of mud, stone, or carved into canyon walls, which are today called the Anasazi Ruins. These ruins can be found at many sites in the American Southwest, including Mesa Verde National Park, Canyon de Chelly National Monument, Dark Canyon Wilderness, and other sites predominately located in the states of Colorado, Arizona, and Utah. All of these ruins are sacred places and should be treated with respect when visited.

About Robert Bales

Robert Bales

I am a retired teacher, coach and athletic director. While my wife, Judy, and I were teaching she had a photo studio, and I had a dark room where I did black and white and color. Some was for the studio while most of it was just a hobby. When we retired in 2000, we sold our house in Eastern Washington and moved onto our boat, Last Class, and our motorhome. We sold Last Class a few years ago and bought a small house in Yuma, Arizona and bought another one in Emmett Idaho. Now we spend the summers in Emmett and the winters in Yuma. Over our 50 years of marriage, we have always had an interest in photography and both of us enjoy taking the photos for this site. http://www.pinterest.com/thecanonshooter/

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