Located in western New Mexico, El Morro National Monument features a great sandstone promontory with a pool of water at its base. For centuries, travelers have left their mark upon the rock face. The top of the mesa is my favorite.
Adventure, hiking, Nature, Photography, Travel, Trip
393. El Malpais National Monument, NM
395. Exploring the San Juan Mountains, Colorado, with David (1): Ouray
Can not image people had lived on top of mesa several hundreds years’ ago!
I know. It’s hard to imaging. At least they had water at the bottom of the mesa.
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