Tag: Tuzigoot Monument

1 Shot Wednesday: Supermoon

One photograph just won’t do it this week. Did you see that full moon last night? Here are three shots from last night’s supermoon which was only 221,851 miles away from Earth. The pinky orb made our mouths drop. These shots happened Arizona time… Continue Reading “1 Shot Wednesday: Supermoon”

1 Shot Wednesday

A magical rainbow mates with a mystical ruin.  Sitting on a hill in the Verde Valley, Arizona, the Tuzigoot Monument is a pueblo made by the descendants of the Hopi Indians, the Sinagua people circa 1500. The mound was discovered and unearthed in 1933-35… Continue Reading “1 Shot Wednesday”