Arizona

Village Of Rio Puerco, Petrified Forest

This is the Village of Rio Puerco, thought to have been settled by the Pueblo natives (Anasazi) from 1250 to 1380 A.D. It is believed that a series of droughts led them from scattered living to congregating in large pueblo communities, such as this. The Village is located near the banks of the Puerco River. …

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It’s been awhile since I’ve shared something cute and cuddly. ?‍♂️

Despite looking a little scary, the desert blonde is one of the chillest arachnids. They’re unlikely to bite you but even if they did, their venom is reportedly no worse than a bee sting (not going to test that). The blonde hair that gives them their name also distinguishes this tarantula as female, while males …

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NEW! Amazing Arizona Photo Book!

As promised, I have finished the design for the Amazing Arizona: Wilderness • Waterfalls • Wildlife photo book. Hope you like the design! 20 pages / 29 photos. ? Other Products: Ancient Arizona Photo Book ? 2021 Calendars

NEW! Ancient Arizona Photo Book!

For anyone interested, I just finished my design for Ancient Arizona: Ruins, Rock Art, and Relics, photo book! Sorry it took so long. I wanted the designs to be perfect. 20 pages / 26 photos. I’m hoping to knock out Amazing Arizona: Wilderness, Waterfalls, and Wildlife, by Wednesday—so they’re available for Christmas. #athew 2021 Calendars …

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