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A presentation of my photographs and published writing about travels in the canyon country of the Southwest states, and particularly the state of Utah. But for a few over-crowded parks (Arches N.P. to name one) the area contains breathtaking scenic beauty and some of the greatest concentrations of the rock art and structures of the Ancestral Puebloans (also called the Anasazi). The writing style is 'haibun,' a mix of prose and haiku.
~ Ray Rasmussen, 2015
Looking into a Section of the Grand Gulch, Cedar Mesa, Utah
canyonlands national park, grand gulch, cedar mesa, Natural Bridges National Monument, Utah, Needles, Needles District, Anasazi, Rock Art, Anasazi ruins, haiku, haibun
Canyonlands, Canyonlands national park, utah, cedar mesa, natural bridges national monument, arches national park, haiku, haiku poetry, haibun, photography, stock photography, prose poetry.