Earth and sky and earth and sky as far as the eye can see.
Peeking out of a small slot canyon as the sun begins its daily decline. Soft clouds, juniper and rocks above as another day comes to a close.
It felt like walking into an old western movie. High noon, a parched landscape, junipers, tumbleweed and a herd of wild burro roaming a landscape of bluffs, buttes and canyons.
Wishing you a wonderful weekend and happy wandering.
Two beautiful red-sandstone buttes weathered by eons of winds and rain sail along telling a tales of days gone by. The old west and much much more exposed in layers of earth and a sea of sky.
Cottonwood trees, canyon walls and a fine blue sky. Life finds a way where water flows.
Beauty and geology were both inherent and walked hand in hand across the landscape on a fine fall day.
A splash of warm color for a chilly Monday morning. Even though we had mostly hazy skies the last time we visited Utah the color in the rock and soil still shone through.Taken on a morning hike in Bryce Canyon National Park, UT.
For the next couple of weeks we will be posting some of our favorite posts from the past as we take a small respite from the digital world.
Much to our surprise the big bird we spotted moving about in the cattails across the river was not a Heron but a fine looking Sandhill Crane. Well camouflaged and perhaps waiting for a meal to flow by.