When Harry Good of Poinciana visited Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park in September last year, he made sure to take one of the tours led by a Navajo guide. He went by the well known landmark formation called Ear of the Wind and captured all its colorful glory. The Monument Valley park, which covers more than 91,000 acres in both Utah and Arizona, is popular with tourists fascinated by its majestic panorama that includes the famous Mitten and Merrick buttes. In case you wondered, the park has a Navajo name, according to its website: Tse'Bii'Ndzisgaii.
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