To the Anasazi and recent native people, the environment was part of their identity, their soul. To tourists, the environment is separate - and only a place to visit. How do we reconcile these differences and still pay respect to the land of the ancients?
All photos and video by Peter Harmathy, shot in Utah, Wyoming and Idaho in the summer of 2009.
Music by Alex Khaskin, licensed by http://www.musicloops.com
A video of my summer travels through Utah, Wyoming and Idaho. A mix of photography, timelapse and video pays homage to the wonderful landscapes that remain and the native people who made it their home. What has tourism done to the memory of the ancients?