Yei Bi Chei

Uploaded: May 20, 2019 02:30:39 | Entered: May 20, 2019 02:32:29


At Oljato-Monument Valley in southern Utah, just past the Rain God Mesa, we reached this group of needles called the Yei Bi Chei (Navajo spiritual gods) and the Totem Pole which we were told measures 140 meters high. We were on a guided tour, so had to hand hold some distance away for this photo.


Mike F. Anderson May 20, 2019 1

This is a beautiful landscape, Ann! #1725757

Ann Varley level-classic May 20, 2019

Thanks for the feedback Mike! #11767597

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