Bell Rock in Sedona, Arizona is one of the most photographed Red Rocks in the area. There are hundreds of faces people see when they hike around Bell Rock but this one is visible from the main highway and is hard to ignore. I call her "Belle". Even though some say it looks like a young Apache brave there is nothing to say a brave can't be female. If you look closely you can see the tears running down her cheeks. No lines were added, only highlighting the brave little Indian "Belle". Subtitled: "Apache Tears" Even the clouds are real, hanging low in the valley with a fine mist falling. The original version is titled "In the Midst" (of the storm) if you want to see how Belle looks without the highlighting.
June 29th, 2012
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