Monument Valley is amazing - I know it’s a cliche, but again it’s just amazing geology the like of which growing up in the UK is just a thing of fiction, and might as well be as real as the polystyrene sets on the sci-fi TV shows I watched as a child. To be in that landscape, and to think about how it must have been formed, was a lovely experience.
The flip side is that it’s really hard to photograph. I have a picture I posted way back when of sunrise over the monuments, but otherwise you’ve seen so many great shots of this place from TV that on a quick tourist trip your pictures fall flat in comparison. This is an attempt to show something different, but the framing isn’t great - I was on a tourist bus at the time.
It’s also a confusing picture in terms of state, as the area straddles the Utah/Arizona border: here I’m taking the picture from Utah, but I believe most of the monuments you can see are in Arizona :)