Lasting Light: 125 Years of Grand Canyon Photography
Smithsonian Traveling Photography Exhibit
The photography exhibition of 60 framed photographs by 26 featured photographers includes Larry Lindahl’s “Desert View Watchtower, Sunrise”. His image “Eminence Beach Overlook” of a dory boat on the Colorado River is also included in the exhibition’s hardcover book. The images were selected by representatives from Eastman Kodak’s Professional Photography Division and National Geographic.
Petrified Forest National Park, Arizona
Route 66 Photography Exhibit, Painted Desert Inn
A permanent exhibit showcases 20 framed photographs by Larry Lindahl of Historic Route 66 in Arizona. Petrified Forest National Park is the only national park that protects a section of Route 66. The Painted Desert Inn, built along Route 66 in the 1920s, is a National Historic Landmark in the park. The inn is now a museum open Mon-Sun 9-5. Call the Painted Desert Inn for more information at 928-524-3522.
APS Corporate Headquarters
The framed photograph “West Fork of Oak Creek” by Larry Lindahl appears in the permanent Arizona Highways photography exhibition in the corporate headquarters of Arizona Public Service, the largest electric utility in Arizona. Exhibition located on the 20th floor, 400 N. 5th St., Phoenix, Arizona.
Native American Healing Ceremony
Navajo Sandpainting Photography Exhibit
Ringing Rocks Foundation a non-profit organization with a mission to conserve indigenous healing practices commissioned Lindahl to photograph a Diné (Navajo) sandpainting healing ceremony. Medicine woman Walking Thunder approved Lindahl to photograph the private ceremony held at her home on the Navajo Reservation in Two Grey Hills, New Mexico. The exhibit features 25 photographs, and is on permanent display at Rio Nuevo Publishers, 451 N. Bonita Ave, Tucson, Arizona. Phone: (520) 623-9558