This week I want to take you back to one of my favourite places from our last snowbird season in the American Southwest: The Valley of Fire State Park in Nevada.
I truly had no idea that Nevada was so incredibly beautiful until I was invited there by a reader of this very blog who owns a small RV park near the Valley of Fire.
If ever I’ve been to a place that made me think I could be happy photographing in one location forever, it is here. In fact, Ray and I are planning on going back for a month this fall.
Today’s photos show some of the smaller details: the lines, textures, and colours in the rock. The grand vistas were spectacular, but it is these small details, the different colours and textures that change with every footstep, that have me mesmerized in this place.
If you missed my posts about this area earlier this year, you can catch up and see some of the larger vistas here.