"The Mittens in Monument Valley probably form one of the most enduring images of the American West, having been featured in dozens of Hollywood classics."
"Drive to and walk up a short trail to this massive triple arch in Arches National Park."
"San Geronimo Chapel, Taos Pueblo, Taos, New Mexico. This chapel exemplifies the clean, simple lines of Southwestern architecture."
"These colorful Indian blankets were photographed at a street market in Santa Fe, New Mexico."
"I took this photo in Utah on I-70 between I-15 and Richfield overlooking the desert."
"The gorgeous El Santuario de Chimayó along the High Road to Taos, a scenic byway between Santa Fe and Taos, New Mexico."
"Among the many places we visited during our driving trip to the southwest was Capitol Reef National Park. The landscapes were terrific but I particularly liked this shot of a tree highlighted by the sun."
"Abiquiu, New Mexico sunrise. No, this isn't Photoshop magic. The sunrises in the Southwest really do look like this, which is why artists and photographers are always been drawn to this area."
"Near Four Corners: I took this photo on highway 160 shortly after we passed into Arizona from Colorado and New Mexico."
"San Francisco de Asis Church, Ranchos de Taos, New Mexico, made famous by legendary photographer Ansel Adams and painter Georgia O'Keeffe."
"Taos Pueblo: Interestingly, Taos Indians (and my guess is all Indians) made entrances to their dwellings from the roof, accessed through ladders (a very common architectural element in pueblo facades)."
"This spot on the Colorado River is called Horseshoe Bend just a few miles out of Page, Arizona."