Special Places # 79
Photo Art by HJ Ruiz – “Hot Weather”
1 – The desert of Joshua Tree Park in California.
2 – Boardwalk to the white sands of Santa Rosa Beach, Pensacola, Florida.
3 – The Newspaper Rock Petroglyphs Archeological District is part of the Petrified Forest National Park, and contains in excess of 650 petroglyphs, believed to have been created 1000–1500 CE. Arizona desert, Arizona.
4 – A couple of youngsters strolling at Montego Bay Beach in Jamaica.
5 – Gull at one pool on the white sands of Panama Beach in Florida (Notice the water reflection of a hotel by the beach).
6 – Woman getting ready to get a tan. The Atlantis Resort Bahamas.
7 – Monument Valley is a region of the Colorado Plateau characterized by a cluster of sandstone buttes, the largest reaching 1,000 ft above the valley floor. It is located on the Utah-Arizona state line, near the Four Corners area.
8 – Sunset at the Sarasota Bay, children play with trees waiting for the sun to down to the horizon, in Florida.
9 – Blue sky, white sand like snow and colorful parasol at the Santa Rosa Beach, Florida.
© HJ Ruiz – Avian101
Monument Valley is very impressive indeed.
It’s so beautiful, amazing. Thank you, Tom. 🙂
“Monument Valley” is certainly very aptly named! That sandstone “carving” in your wonderfully composed image is very reminiscent of our Voortrekker Monument! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Voortrekker_Monument
Anything that men has done in ancient times is worth saving for posterity. We learn a great deal from History. Thanks, D. 🙂