|Grand Canyon from the eastern Desert View.|
The Navajo have an interesting philosophy on life, including the desire to learn something new every day. They feel that we are one with the earth and that life and death are all part of the same thing. When we die, we become one with the earth and help to rejuvenate the land. Their outlook on life is very organic, down to earth and reflects their surroundings. Navajo art and jewelry is equally representative of their surroundings, with animals and dreamlike stories depicted. Community is important and activities like weaving and rug making are deemed communal and therefore important.
|Tuba City Navajo rug representing Storms|
|The Little Colorado River Canyon|
|Grand Canyon, grand view!|
|Watchtower at the eastern end of the National Park|