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Moonrise, Tsé Bit'a'í

Shiprock, New Mexico, 2013

Tsé Bit'a'í is the Navajo name for Shiprock, a plug of volcanic rock that juts almost 1600' above the northwestern New Mexico desert.  It is sacred to the Navajos and plays a role in many legends and myths. Photo © copyright by Greg Owens.

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