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Shiprock Is A Volcanic Cinder Cone Rising 1,583 Feet Above The High-Desert Plain On The Navajo Nation Reservation In New Mexico  In This Commercial Landscape Photograph By Brian Buckner Photography.

Shiprock, Tsé Bitʼaʼí, Navajo Nation Reservation, New Mexico

Shiprock (Navajo: Tsé Bitʼaʼí), "Rock With Wings" Or "Winged Rock" Is A Volcanic Cinder Cone Rising 1,583 Feet Above The High-Desert Plain On The Navajo Nation Reservation In New Mexico. It Is An Important Religious Symbol To The Navajo People And Access Is Strictly Prohibited. The Monsoonal Skies Of August Are Filling With Approaching Thunderheads As The Multi-Colored Basalt Cone Rises skyward. Scene Compression Techniques Made Possible By Long Focal Lengths Separate The Sky And The Formation. Heavy Tripod, Full Frame Sensor, And Selective Depth Of Field All Work In Concerto To Provide Great Detail In This Compelling And Commercial Landscape Photograph By Brian Buckner Photography, Shreveport, Louisiana.