"At the very edge of the mesa, overhanging the abyss so that its retaining wall was like a part of the cliff itself, was the old warlike church of Ácoma, with its two stone towers."
"Gaunt, grim, grey, its nave rising some seventy feet to a sagging, half-ruined roof, it was more like a fortress than a place of worship."
The white ladders that designate a 'kiva' - a house within the Pueblo used for sacred rituals.
Brandon, our Ácoma guide.
A Mexican oven.
One of the oldest buildings in the Pueblo, dating from the 16th century.
Five hundred year old timbers.
Life goes on in Ácoma Pueblo.