Navajo Country Landscapes from Beneath a Navajo Moon

Cottonwood—reminiscent of where Olivia’s life changed forever. BTW—cottonwoods make me sneeze. 🙂

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Willow

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Silver Aspen—Words cannot adequately describe the sound of aspen leaves fluttering in a canyon breeze. Sheer magic.

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Pinon Pine

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Juniper

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Blue Spruce

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Ponderosa Pine

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For more behind-the-scene photos from Beneath a Navajo Moon, visit http://www.pinterest.com/lisacoxcarter/beneath-a-navajo-moon/.

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2 thoughts on “Navajo Country Landscapes from Beneath a Navajo Moon

  1. Lisa, my husband just finished reading Beneath a Novajo Moon, he could not put it down, caught him coming home from work early and his nose in your book 🙂 He loved it – saying Lisa is a good writer I love the way she writes, he says! He has never been a book reader. In past her only read what he had to keep up with business changes. Your book is the 2nd book he has ever read for pleasure. He is looking forward to you other two books, which I had, but gave away to friends to read, so will purchase some more. We love you Lisa, and look forward to seeing you in the Fall in our study of Ezekiel. God’s blessings.
    Nancy

  2. Thanks so much, Nancy, for your encouragement. Tell Ed I’m so glad he enjoyed Beneath a Navajo Moon. If he liked Navajo Moon, he’ll love Under a Turquoise Sky releasing in September. Have a great summer with happy travels and happy reading. 🙂

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