a photograph by Sonja Bingen
Between Gallup, New Mexico and Continental Divide is a place known as Red Rocks Park. Here red sandstone rises into blue skies spring, summer, winter, and fall, looking out at the land with the almost-not-moving patience of cliffs and earth.
10 responses to “Two Watchers”
What a wonderful impressive landscape! And photo too 🙂
This may be my new fave photo, folks!! Beautiful–and I can really feel the spirit of the watchers!!
This is beautiful and utterly majestic!
To repeat what others have said – majestic, impressive and beautiful! Seeing them in person must fill a person with complete awe.
Those are spectacular!!! Now I want to go there in person!!
What a great and ancient presence looking out over the land!
What a fabulous photograph by Sonja–and what a fabulous concept to call this one “Two Watchers”–like guardian spirits sent long ago to care for all passersby! Wonderful area near Gallup with which I am familiar. Thank you for sharing this wonder with us.
Great picture! I’ve seen those many times going back and forth between AZ and New England.
How forbearing they must be.