The Totem Pole

Posted on: March 1, 2005

The Totem Pole (aka Yeibichei Rock), Monument Valley Tribal Park, Arizona. Composed of de Chelley sandstone, it is, at 465 feet tall and eighteen feet thick in the middle, the tallest, thinnest tower in the world. [Photo] Tom Till

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