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A photography of 5 ancient Native American pots at Tumacacori Mission in Southern Arizona. This image would look great in any home with southwestern decor.

This image is of 5 grain pots in the grain room at Tumacacori National Historical Park in Tumacacori, Arizona just south of Tubac, AZ. This mission is one of the last missions developed by Father Kino. The mission church is an adobe ruin on 310 acres of land and is open to the public.

I took this photo on October 29, 2009. The grain room doesn't have a ceiling so the room had a lot of shadows.

Please note: photo shown is shown in a small size with in low resolution for websites. Photograph is professionally printed on professional archival photo paper. The photograph is finished with a UV Coating which provides a sheen that visibly enhances and provides superior protection against finger prints, UV rays and typical over-spraying found in home/office environments.

Southwestern decor, Native American pots, Tumacacori Misson, Tubac AZ, adobe red, Mexican style, western decor, FastWinn Photography