Last year in April, I took a road trip that began by driving through northern New Mexico. First on my list of things to see was Shiprock. Since I couldn’t find an address, I made a quick stop to Farmington’s Visitor Center. With their info, I drove maybe less than 20 miles west down a major highway and finally turned off on a unpaved rough dirt road. Eventually, you’ll have to park and hike if you want to reach the base of Shiprock. Due to my time schedule, I decided to attach my zoom lense & snap acouple of shots from where the road ends (which is still a great distance away). It’s located on the Navajo Indian Reservation and can be seen up to 100 miles away in some directions because it stands 1,800 feet above the plains.
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