Tag Archives: desert photography

Travel Theme: THROUGH

Alabama Hills along the eastern crest of the Sierra Nevadas...Mount Whitney is hidden behind those clouds...

Alabama Hills along the eastern crest of the Sierra Nevadas…Mount Whitney is hidden behind those clouds…

Looking through the other side of the arch, toward the Owens Valley.

Looking through the other side of the arch, toward the Owens Valley.

The Wind Caves in Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, San Diego County; winds of the eons have carved giant holes and caves through these boulders.

The Wind Caves in Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, San Diego County; winds of the eons have carved giant holes and caves through these boulders.

Anza-Borrego; through the window, through the mirrors, beauty everywhere you look!

Anza-Borrego; through the window, through the mirrors, beauty everywhere you look!

Anza-Borrego again, sitting inside a carved-out chunk of rock and looking through to the desert basin below...

Anza-Borrego again, sitting inside a carved-out chunk of rock and looking through to the desert basin below…

Thanks as always to Ailsa at Where’s My Backpack for another great theme!

Travel Theme: TILTED

Amazing tilted and stratified geology at Zabriskie Point, Death Valley.

Amazing tilted and stratified geology at Zabriskie Point, Death Valley.

More Death Valley beauty; Aguereberry Point, and its famous tilted layers of stratified sediments.

More Death Valley beauty; Aguereberry Point, and its famous tilted layers of stratified sediments.

Me staring up at a strangely tilted Sitka spruce in Praire Creek Redwoods State Park, Humboldt Co., CA

Me staring up at a strangely tilted Sitka spruce in Praire Creek Redwoods State Park, Humboldt Co., CA

Windblown Torrey pine at the top of a bluff, San Diego

Windblown Torrey pine at the top of a bluff, San Diego

A beautiful white pelican, doing that weird neck-stretching thing they do.

A beautiful white pelican, doing that weird neck-stretching thing they do.

Thanks to Ailsa at Where’s My Backpack? for another great theme!