National Geographic

Photo by Stephen Alvarez @salvarezphoto | A procession of humanlike figures stream above large deer engraved on a canyon wall in the Bears Ears National Monument. Bears Ears was set aside in part to protect thousands of rock art sites like this one. The land is a giant, open-air art museum. I had climbed up to this beautiful petroglyph panel to shoot a time-lapse as the Milky Way rose behind it, but as dawn broke this morning
I realized this might be the better photograph. I’m in the West working on an @insidenatgeo and @ancientartarchive project to document rock art in western national monuments. For more follow me @salvarezphoto #BearsEars #visitwithrespect




Fabulous shot 🀩🀩🀩


Stunning photo with the early morning light. Would like to see it with the Milky Way as well. Xx




Merry Christmas Q πŸ’ͺ🏼


Wow! πŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌπŸ’•


@phillippesendas outro insta lindΓ£o!


Nice belly button πŸ˜€






Didn’t the government open up Bears Ears to oil drilling along with other national monuments @natgeo ?




Awesome ❀️


So they’re up so high on the wall because that’s where the ground was that many years ago?




Wow!! I have no words!






Were is that taking from?


Wonderful view 😍






Amazing perspective in this photo


Tus conversaciones con salas y tΓΊ an de ser muy buenas verdad disfruten sus charlas grΓ‘benme a len de mi dise el dicho cuando se ollen y dan seΓ±as de vida es por que yo avanzo 10 pasos asentΓ© de hustedes dios los vendigue

The end of the page