Desert light: myths and visions of the great Southwest
Eighty-five stunning, full-color photographs and an evocative text recounting eight Native American creation myths from the Pima, Zuni, Sia, and Wasco tribes are combined in a unique tribute to the natural beauty of the Southwest, and the spirit of its indigenous people.
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Introduction by Peter Nabokov 10
Origin of the Raven and the Macaw
The Course of the Sun Sia 52
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Antelope Canyon Anza Borrego Desert Anzona Arches National Park arrow stuck ascend and pass Canyon National Park Canyonlands National Park Coral Sand Dunes Coyote saw creation story creosote bush Dead Horse deerskin DESERT LIGHT Desert State Park Dunes State Park eagle plume earth and sky Earth Doctor took east father fly and ye fogs meet Ha-arts HASJELTI AND HOSTJOGHON Horse State Park Joshua Tree National look Macaw magic song mask Monument Valley moon mountains Navajo National Monument northern Arizona oldest wolf Pages palo verde Pima Plains—the Lightning prayers and dressed priest RAIN SONG Rainbow RAVEN Rim/Grand Canyon National sang a magic sky-cover slid back SONG S i a songs and prayers southern California Southern Rim/Grand Canyon Spider stars Sussistinnako tell Coyote thoughts threw Thunder Tinia Tree National Monument upper world Utah water the earth White floating clouds White Floating Clouds—the wolf brother Yanauluha youngest wolves