The Gift in the Shift Conference Presents:
Rock Art & Ancient Site Tour
with renowned photographer Susie Reed
February 18th, 2013
Explore one of Sedona’s finest archaeology sites with eminent rock art photographer Susie Reed who’s been documenting and researching petroglyphs, pictographs, archaeological and sacred sites in the American Southwest for over 18 years. Along the way, she’s met several Native Americans, shaman, archaeologists, Forest Service workers and others who’ve taught her a great deal. Through her photos, writings, speaking and teaching Reed shares what she’s discovered.
During this fascinating afternoon she’ll discuss how and why rock art may have been made, its possible interpretations, functions and spiritual nature. She’ll talk about power spots, what makes a site sacred and show some of her remarkable photos in which she essentially restores rock art by adeptly using modern technology to bring out ancient images that are now faded.
She’ll then accompany the group on a picturesque off road excursion to visit some amazing 700 year old cliff dwellings and an array of rock art.This is a rare opportunity to walk in the footsteps of the ancients and see and experience what they did. A U.S. Forest Service permitted company will provide transportation. Please dress warmly and wear comfortable walking shoes or hiking boots.
This Sedona Rock Art and Ancient Site Tour will take place on February 18th from 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm. The cost of this tour is $185 per person and advanced reservations are required. Reservations will be accepted up to 10:00 am on February 18th.To make reservations or more information on this guided Sedona tour please visit Rock Art and Ancient Site Tour.