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photoblog image Mesa verde. Colorado. U.S.A.

Mesa verde. Colorado. U.S.A.

                          Once the home of the ancient Pueblo Indians, ancestors to

                          twenty six, current day tribes...

Mesa verde. Colorado. U.S.A.

                          Once the home of the ancient Pueblo Indians, ancestors to

                          twenty six, current day tribes...

comments (15)

what a fantastic b&w image Frank... and what superb archeological site that you found....petersmile
Frank L Croston.: Thanks, Peter, I'm glad you think so.
  • Ray
  • Thailanddy plu
  • 17 Aug 2015, 03:51
I doubt I have seen as good a picture as this before of this seriously important and impressive place, Frank
Frank L Croston.: Thank you, Ray, that is very kind of you to say.
This is terrific, Frank! And beautiful in B&W!
Frank L Croston.: Thanks, Elizabeth, and for taking me. smile
  • Lisl
  • Batheaston
  • 17 Aug 2015, 06:25
Another very impressive black and white, Frank. Did you get to visit, too?
Frank L Croston.: Thank you, Elisabeth, oh yes, we spent half a day there,a wonderful place. This was the day after we had met up with Alan on his last visit.
Actually, that place has always been on my Bucket List, Frank. Can you imagine having grown up there? WOW. I can see a tribe of American Indians riding in along the top ledge any minute now! smile
Frank L Croston.: A fascinating place, Ginnie. make sure you go.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 17 Aug 2015, 07:38
Good heavens, I wonder what their address is - number 1, the rockface, Mesa Verde..?
Frank L Croston.: Could be, Chris...smile
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 17 Aug 2015, 09:22
A town in the cliff face - must have provided some safety back then. Another excellent picture.
Frank L Croston.: Plus shelter, and cooler, Louis. Thank you.
That is stunning Frank.
Frank L Croston.: Thank you very much, Andrew.
I love how B&W can immediately set a mood
Frank L Croston.: It can change things, Chantal.
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 17 Aug 2015, 12:29
On my visit to the area I was uncertain whether to bother going but I'm pleased I did; I found it all fascinating, hearing about the history. I did have a to point out when the Amerciacns were gasping at the age of it that my local church was older smile It looks good in black and white.
Frank L Croston.: It is a fascinating place, Alan, thanks, yes, there is a 'historic' building in Flagstaff...1946! One year older than me! smile
I presume it could appear that there was nobody there with there homes cut into the side of the rockface, how clever.
Frank L Croston.: Very sheltered and cool also, Brian.
Nice one Frank,des res mate. Buy one.
Frank L Croston.: Thanks, Bud...May do smile
Classy picture young Frank....Shaw should move into one of those
Frank L Croston.: Thanks, Bill...You are very hard on him....smile
Mesa blanco y negro, surely smile
Frank L Croston.: Well it is now, Tom.....smile
An intriguing place Frank, that you have presented beautifully
Frank L Croston.: It certainly was, Janet, and thank you so much.

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