John Ford's Point, Monument Valley, Utah, USA


Hobart, Australia

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Lone rider at John Ford’s Point, Monument Valley, Utah, USA.

Dedicated to pioneer maker of classic Western movies, John Ford.

Film director John Ford used Monument Valley as a location for many Westerns between 1939 (Stagecoach) and 1960, and one site that featured often is now known as John Ford’s Point – a promontory at the edge of a plateau overlooking a large area of uneven, undulating desert land around the first few miles of the Valley Drive, with several isolated peaks beyond. The main summits able to be viewed from this lookout are Sentinel Mesa, West Mitten Butte, Big Indian, Merrick Butte and the Castle Rock-Stagecoach group, plus Three Sisters/Mitchell Mesa to the west and Elephant Mesa to the east.
Taken with Pentax k-r on 19 June 2013.
Lens Sigma 10-20mm F3.5
ISO 200
0 EV
1/200 sec
hand held

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