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Navajo Photograph - Miles To Go In Canyon De Chelly by Bob and Nadine Johnston

Miles To Go In Canyon De Chelly is a photograph by Bob and Nadine Johnston which was uploaded on March 5th, 2013.

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wonderful image:))

Great image. voted from Artists News thread.

Great image. voted from Artists News thread.

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lovely, v

Wonderful work! v.

Great rhythm here, as mother nature radiates the forest below out to the lower left hand corner and the mountains iterate often the upper left. Great capture!

great shot,beautiful colors here v.

Beautiful and congrats on the feature...already voted

This looks like another awesome place I must visit! (v)

From talking with others in Cottonwood, seems like we have seen more of Arizona, then lifetime residents. From Kingman to Canyon De Chelly and Page to Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument to Tombstone, Superstitions, the entire Apache Trail to Strawberry, to the White Mountains we have chris crossed the state more times since 1969 than we can remember. :)

very beautiful - love the colours. Interesting write-up - that's a very good idea to have visitors accompanied by a park ranger - probably something that should be done in a lot of parks. Plus you would get a lot more interesting information I'm sure! thanks for the tour!

Beautiful...v/f

Very nice. V

Bob, this looks like quite a hike! Beautiful capture of the drama of the rugged terrain! voted

It is, there is a trail from the Rim to White House Ruins that is over two miles long. That not bad, but the climb out can be too exhausting if not in shape. As Ive got a bad heart valve did not attempt it., But went into the valley from the far end, where there is a road we took in a Jeep. ;) Ten years ago, could have made the climb.//

You have succeeded in showing the beauty in nature....v

Awsome V

What a view F&V

Very nice capture;) v

very nice! v

Just gorgeous! v/f!

cool image v

Its a Panorama composed of Eight different exposures. . . Was a chore to line up as they were hand held, and the wind was blowing. Its over an 800 foot drop to the bottom. :)

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