Description Mesa Verde National Park. The Ancient Pueblo were one of four major prehistoric archaeological traditions of the American Southwest. In relation to the other cultures, these people occupied the northeast quadrant of the area. The Ancient Pueblo homeland centers on the Colorado Plateau, but extends from central New Mexico on the east to southern Nevada on the west. Areas of southern Nevada, Utah and Colorado form a loose northern boundary, while the southern edge is defined by the Colorado and Little Colorado rivers in Arizona and the Rio Puerco and Rio Grande in New Mexico. However, evidence of Ancient Pueblo culture has been found extending east onto the American Great Plains, in areas near the Cimarron and Pecos rivers and in the Galisteo Basin.
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Peter Kunasz is a professional photographer specializing in scenic and nature landscape photography. Peter's images and articles featuring iconic locations in the western U.S. are published nationally and his images have won numerous awards. Peter travels extensively, adding to his "Images Of The West" Collection as well as completing assignments for various corporate and personal clients. Pete also teaches seminars in photography, digital imaging and printing, and offers fine art printing services using up to date printers, like the Epson 9880.
Peter's stories and images are published in travel and on-line magazines
In college, Peter earned an advanced degree in psychology, then became a pilot in the USAF. Later he flew as a commercial airline captain until retiring in order to devote all his energies to photography. In 1998 Peter established his photographic, printing and publishing company, Peter Kunasz Photography.