Collection of loose leaf photos from Arizona to Colorado. Road trip is always fun with a camera.
The first night it rained heavily in Page, Arizona. Once it passed the landscape revealed a different textures, aspects, and motions. It’s humbling to have observed the rare instance of it.
When the rain washes you clean, you’ll know.
Photography some times feels like a fools errand–trying to capture infinity with a finite tool. The psyche of the landscape was so dynamic filled with unimaginable textures, unheard of colors, and irresistible contour. I picked up some earth sample and rubbed it on my hands, smelled it, and I melted for I felt molecularly connected.
Going through Lower Antelope feels like flowing through her hair–the waves, lines, and color.
Driving through New Mexico was curiously beautiful. During our trip we experienced wide range of weather from eerie ice storm to Martini dry weather. Of all the places we loved exploring Petroglyph National MonumentM in Albuquerque. The hike was seamless, quiet, and filled with petroglyphs!