Description Photograph taken at Monument Valley Navajo Nation National Park, Arizona, Arizona, USA. Located inside the Navajo Nation one of the largest Native American tribes in the United States Monument Valley is around four hours northeast of Flagstaff, near the Four Corners area. History & Nature Now part of the Colorado Plateau, Monument Valley was once a simple flat basin. Over millions of years, layers of sediment piled onto the basin, which was eventually uplifted by pressure from below. Then, wind and water slowly eroded the plateau, leaving Cutler Red siltstone and its sand behind, forming the wonders of Monument Valley that we enjoy today.
Lucinda Walter, Tucson Member Since May 2013 Artist Statement Welcome and thank you very much for your visit! Lucinda Walter’s approach to photography is to capture The Light. Lucinda actively pursues a wide range of photography where shadow, light and composition unite to create powerful images and emotions. Through her photographs, she shares the awe-inspiring beauty of our world with people everywhere. She finds beauty in little things as well as the grand. There is a quiet and gentleness about her work. She specializes in a wide range of photography from: travel, architecture, black and white, still life and macro. Lucinda's work can be found in many homes and business throughout the world. She has a wide range of photographs that look fabulous in almost any decor. Her work has been published in magazines in Arizona, including Discover Southern Arizona and Inside Green Valley Sahuarita. Her photographs have won awards in Excellence in juried shows and many honors in Excellence in Photography and Excellence in Photography and Light.
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