"And if I say to you tomorrow;
Take my hand, child, come with me.
It's to a castle I will take you,
Where what's to be, they say will be.
I - catch the wind, see us spin,
Sail away, leave today,
Way up high in the sky ..."
Shrouded in mystery, and home to a number of lost gold mines, the Superstition Mountains rise up from the desert floor only 35 miles east of Phoenix, Arizona. Once known as the Salt River Mountains, the rugged Superstition range contains some of the most forbidding country in North America.
Here's a few "unnamed" dacite pinnacles found on the northwest side of Superstition Mountain .. as the sun strikes them at daybreak.
April 8, 2010