Both the Puebloan and English parts of the name “Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument” are pretty self-explanatory. Kasha-Katuwe means “white cliffs.”
As for Tent Rocks . . .
Reminds me a little in places of the hoodoos of southern Utah, like the Toadstools, which I’ve written about before.
I put a cool, vintage filter on the next picture FOR NO GOOD REASON.
BONUS: there’s also a slot canyon in the park. I can’t get me enough slot canyon. Freud would probably have something to say about that.
P.S. Notice how careful I am in the following pictures to PUT SOMETHING INTERESTING IN THE FOREGROUND.
ROCKS ARE INTERESTING.
EXTRA BONUS: you’ll also find another lonely yet triumphant tree, a tree reaching out for sustenance all while digging its roots ever deeper into the ground.
Freud would have nothing to say about that.
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Love them. I like slot canyons also. More of a Jungian thing with me.