Monument Valley/Hunt's Mesa workshop
and Canyonlands trip, Part 2
April 2-8, 2004
by Norman Koren

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Magical location near Mystery Valley, about ten miles from Monument Valley. The land is not publicly accessable, and as a result, it's remarkably pristine. The Navajo have been remarkable stewards-- they care more about preserving the land's sacredness than turning a quick buck. Something to be grateful for.

When I asked our Navajo Guide, Tom Phillips, the name of the location, he laughed and said, "I call it Tom's place."
 

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Norman Koren lives in Boulder, Colorado, founded Imatest LLC in 2004, previously worked on magnetic recording technology. He has been involved with photography since 1964.