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I don’t hesitate to say pink is one of nature’s most dynamic colors. It comes in so many forms and variations, and appears in so many different ways; e.g. in flowers, with sunsets, in geological formations . . . nature’s pink hues are seemingly endless. Here are just a few! Thanks to Ailsa at Where’s My Backpack for the lovely theme =)
Dramatic rainy sunset in Sonoma, CA.
Some of the seemingly infinite amazing geology in the desert southwest, this just outside Zion Nat’l Park in Utah.
One of my favorite cactus flowers: the gorgeous beavertail.
More stunning geology; this one’s just northeast of the Grand Canyon in Southern Utah.
Start with a sunset, end with one–it’s only fitting for PINK! This amazing scene presented itself to me on the north shore of Mono Lake (that’s a tufu tower on the right), reflecting its magical colors onto the surface of the inimitable, salty inland sea.
I can’t resist–like I said, too much breathtaking pink beauty in the natural world. Part 2/2 coming soon!