Shiprock, or Tsé Bit’a’í in the Navajo language, is one of the most prominent geological and spiritual landmarks in northern New Mexico. Tsé Bit’a’í translates to “rock with wings”, reflecting the mythical role it plays in Diné sacred legends. Early Anglo explorers named it “Ship Rock”, when they saw a resemblance to a 19th century Clipper sailing ship. Today, all peoples of New Mexico view this awe-inspiring peak as an enduring symbol of our traditions, our history, and our land.
At McArthur & Co, we see Shiprock also as emblematic of the uplifting aspirations and lasting achievements of all our outstanding clients. We acknowledge and thank the photographers and collectors who allow us to use their stunning images: