About half way up the cliff in yesterday's photo is this scene of the ruins of a Native American cliff dwelling. There are lots of cliff dwellings in the rocks around Sedona.
Some of the cliff dwellings are preserved with Forest Service rangers and volunteers controlling access and monitoring visitors.
Bout many other cliff dwellings like the one in today's photo, are unattended. They must rely on their remoteness, difficulty of access, and the better elements of human nature not to deface or alter the sights.
This week we are posting some additional photos from our recent trip to Ethiopia on our Viva la Voyage travel photo site.