Weekly Photo Challenge: Depth (at the National Parks)

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Here are three photos taken by my wife in the National Parks of the south west of the States.CIMG4248

To me, they are awesome and illustrate Depth in natural land forms.

Unlike other posts, I would be unable to explain where exactly these photos were taken, how I feel when the photos were taken etc. as I did not go on the trip and did not take the photos.CIMG4180

I have never seen land forms like these and would love to visit there one day.CIMG4185

All three photos show the wonder, width and depth of the creation, the arid and bare landscape, sunset in the first picture, barren and jagged rocks in the second and valley with winding paths down below on the third.

PS All pictures the courtesy of my wife, Linda.

26 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Depth (at the National Parks)

  1. I visited the Grand Canyon and some of the National Parks in Utah back in 1987 (hard to believe that almost 30 years have gone by since then!) You stand at the rim of one of those canyons and can’t help but feel a little big insignificant in the grand scheme of things. Beautiful photographs. Thanks for bringing back a few pleasant memories.

  2. I have been to both of these places! The top photo is from Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah, the bottom two photos are from Zion National Park, also in Utah. Zion is my favorite national park in the US, its really one of the most beautiful places I’ve seen.

    • As pointed out by one of the readers, the top photo is from Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah, the bottom two photos are from Zion National Park, also in Utah

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