Fascinated by these trees now they grow in the rock /soil; less than 9 inches of rain fall per year. The tree trunks look like they've had a hard life, but yet, beautiful green leaves grow.
Carvings almost look man-made.
Reproducing this image in black & white gives it a foreboding feeling.
I wonder if lightening struck these trees and managed to survive.
Canyon Lands National Park, Utah
Ol' Die Hard.
This tree has one of the best views of Canyon Lands.
Silhouette of the park ranger.
Rock formations are very unique.
Double Arch-zoomed in.
This tree did not survive, but still has an awesome look with the colors desaturated.
Colorado River at Canyon Lands, UT
At a quick glance, it appears to be a Giant foot step by its prior inhabitants.
Reminds of New York City and Central Park-1 million years ago.
This image would make a great puzzle. Let's say: 16x20 and 250 pieces?!
Glad I was on the ground taking this picture.