It was my first visit to a desert – a day tour of Nevada’s Valley of Fire State Park.
Nature did not disappoint.
We’ve all seen amazing photographs of red sandstone rock sculptures that dot the Western United States. But as with many things, there is nothing that can compare to seeing it in person.
It was awe-inspiring to witness the creative power of water and wind and time. Twisting and carving the rock into fantastical, unbelievable shapes. Such incredible beauty created through the deconstruction of rock.
An unforgettable experience in an unforgettable place.
While all of the above were edited by me, it is possible that one or more of these images was taken by my husband – we spent the day trading off between my phone and the Olympus and I am hard-pressed to remember who took what. So he earns a co-producer title for this post.