Conversation in Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park, Arizona 1987. Something fun in the form of a flashback, to one of many trips made with four friends over the years. Each year, in spring, the five of us could be found on the road traveling around the American southwest. Photography happened, with hundreds of images shot on film Southwest and yes there were some keepers made of the amazing landscapes we encountered. Mostly the ten days were filled with a lot of fun and camaraderie, forging long lasting friendships. We also recycled many garbage bags full of cans and bottles! The view of the southwest from the open bed of a pickup truck was an immersive way to travel before it became illegal facing where we’d been rather than looking forward to where we were heading. Thanks for looking. G
10 thoughts on “Conversation, Monument Valley, 1987”
Where did you find an E in there? G
Like this one must have bin a good conversation.
Ooh I like that …! Thanks Alison. G
Love the flashback image and the story!
If this situation goes on much longer, I’ll dig into the 20,000 slides. Thanks Ron. G
Hahaha! How fun!
We had a lot of fun. Thanks Fran. G
CamEraderie is photographers having fun on a photo safari.
Thanks for the personal message. Cheers Dan. G