Where Eagles Dare

A winding road leads to a mountain vista across the “Land of Standing-Up Rocks” providing an eagle’s eye view of extraordinary rock formations and the valley below Chiricahua National Monument. Massive stone columns and balanced rocks attest to the work of wind, water and time. Crumbled pillars create a generation of improbable sculptures, offering a transitory throne for a Golden Eagle. Swifts gracefully careen among stately towers, ignored by a solitary monarch.

Description: Golden Eagle (Aquila chrysaetos) and White-throated Swift (Aeronautes saxatalis).

Medium:Transparent Watercolor
Size: 18.5w x 41.5”h. (26.5"w x 50"h framed)
Price: Sold
Archival Print: 12”w x 24”h $350.00

Permanent Collection: Zhejiang Museum of Natural History, Hangzhou, China