by Lori Carlson.
Taken at Tumacacori National Historial Park in Arizona. This Muuro-ki is a modern construction of a traditional O'odham dwelling, made of mesquite timbers, ocotillo cactus, and mud. This was built in 1997 according to ancient custom by O'odham workers using traditional hand tools.
I scanned this photo, cropped a bit and also added a touch of the BuZZ filter.