Cliff Palace reflected in a mud puddle
Maybe I can be one of those photographers who shoot immense panoramic photos of ancient ruins? And then I will hang them in my yoga room and meditate while listening to flute music. And then I will also pretend that I belong to an ageless race of wise and peaceful aliens who shun both technology and violence. And I will join my alien brothers and sisters on frequent transcendental journeys across the galaxy in which I explore the universal consciousness, wearing only a loin cloth and flip-flops.
Mesa Verde is perhaps the most highly-guarded National Park in the US. No back-country hiking. No back-country camping. One road through the park. Only a handful of the 600+ cliff dwellings are viewable to the public and of these, most can only be seen from the road.