There are several large rocks outside the park that you can photograph for free but it was still worth it and no power lines to mar the photo and plenty of places to safely pull off and with a speed limit of 15 MPH no worries about cars coming up on you at 65 MPH!
First day got to the park just before the gate closed at 5:30 (BTW-this part of AZ does daylight savings time and I had no cell service anywhere on the reservation). There are people who live in the park, no power lines in sight, but they didn't appreciate all the traffic in the evening which is why it closes earlier in the winter. Got some shots from the visitor center.
This horse and its posse didn't allow the cattle guard to deter its path, it skirted the fence and guard and meandered to greener grass.
A nights rest and back to the park (P.S. Stayed in Kayenta at the Wetherill Inn. Comfy and roomy.) Here are some of my pics from the park-played with some of the settings on camera - vivid colors, fisheye:
Group of horses just roaming around.
This horse took a dislike to my hand sanitizer and chased me to my car!
I was thinking maybe my eyes would pop on this setting but had a hard time not squinting and when I didn't squint I forgot to use the right setting, lol. Then the right setting, big eyes but...ummmm...NEXT!
On the way home and finally some wild flowers.