I think flying over the desert provides the best out of this world perspectives, and I wrote about that previously. For this week’s challenge, I couldn’t help but think of my muse, Valley Of Fire State Park. I love to explore here for all its intricate, often other-worldy details.
The wall of caves (above) would be mildly interesting, but then there’s all those smaller holes worn in behind them. Then you have the layers of sandstone with all those colors bleeding through, all combining to make this a very strange place. I call this one “psychedelic sandstone”.
In some of the caves you can crawl inside, where textures and patterns all come to life when the sunlight comes bouncing in.
One of the most unique features I’ve ever seen here is this rib of sandstone, appearing as a leg with a pointed shoe. For obvious reasons, I call this one “walking sandstone”.