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Happy Earth Day! at Page, Arizona
Laying around in wait for warmer weather, excited to turn these summer plans into permanent memories. at Mono County Tourism - California's Eastern Sierra
The winter thaw springs hope and adventure for as far as the eye can see. at Canadian Rockies
Places mean different things to different people. Through our individual lens of life-experience, these places become a big part of us over time. This is where I was born, where I was raised, where I found my current path, and where my loved ones rest. For me, this will always be home. at Lake Tahoe
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Just a moment in the Southwest is enough to stick with you for the rest of your life. at Utah
Nothing is more certain than change, especially when you’re paying with cash. Can someone explain to me why the penny still exists!? at Canyonlands National Park
Maybe someday we’ll all get to go. Until then, I hope y’all have a great weekend!
Shot handheld on @SonyAlpha A7iii w/ 100-400 G @ 1/500sec - f/6.3 - ISO 640. #AlphaCollective. at Phoenix, Arizona
"Rock -- carved, colored and clothed by weather -- controls the character of our land. Nowhere is the relationship between earth's framework and the forces that shape it more dramatic than in the plateau and canyon country of the American Southwest." - US Department of the Interior, 1962, on a newly proposed national nark in Southeast Utah. Two years later Canyonlands National Park was born. at Canyonlands National Park
Known by the Navajo as Tse’Bii’Ndzisgaii, it doesn’t take long to recognize Monument Valley as a place of great inspiration. If you get the chance to go, make sure to stay past sunset. Watching these monolithic towers against a fading evening sky is something to behold, long after the crowds are gone. at Monument Valley
The contrast between Canyonlands up close and the snow-capped La Sal Mountains highlights the geological diversity of this part of Utah. Having it all framed for you beneath the Mesa Arch at sunrise is just Mother Nature’s way of being extra. Extra awesome. I hope y’all get out there and have a great weekend! at Canyonlands National Park
It feel more like a Martian sunset than anything else. at Arizona
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