In the rich red landscape of Monument Valley, between the tufts of wild grass we've come across a native mud home, conjured up from the earth, supported by ancient timbers. The single room house once sheltered a family from the extreme elements of desert life. A sanctuary of security in an oft hostile although vastly beautiful environment.
Today under the vivid blue sky the little home sits eerily quiet and it is easy to imagine the presence of ancient Indian spirits still protecting this iconic land. A peaceful yet unsettling place to stand and contemplate the men and women who walked this path before us.