Kiva Ethereal

Grand Gulch Wilderness Study Area, UT

Ancient Puebloan Peoples occupied southern Utah's canyons for roughly 13,0000 years, used kivas for ceremonies (mostly male) and sometimes habitation. This Kiva is the one structure that visitors are encouraged to enter and is spectacular. Descending the ladder into the dusty confines, much warmer than above, I asked our friends on this backpacking adventure to move about during a long exposure to capture some of what I was feeling in this extraordinary place. Perfect Kiva is high in a drainage, beneath an alcove above Bullet Canyon.
Photo © copyright by Dave Showalter.

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