This picture was taken at Red Rock canyon right outside of Vegas.
What truly amazes me about Vegas is how diverse the landscape is. One moment your in 95 degree heat in the heart of a bustling strip. The next moment your in a desert which seems like your the only person on the planet. Finally you drive 20 minutes outside of Vegas up the mountain and it’s 5 degrees with 5 inches of snow, truly incredible.
I highly suggest if you ever get the chance to travel outside of Vegas itself, check out the mountain ranges and Red Rock canyon, the scenic views are insane. If you happen to have a drone, I would make sure you batteries are fully charged because it could possibly be one of, if not the greatest drone flight you will ever have!
📸: DJi Spark
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Double Arch is an incredible formation of arches within the Windows area of Arches National Park, an area with the largest concentration of natural arches in the entire world.
Double Arch takes its name because of it consists of two arches that share the same stone as a foundation for both of their outer legs. Double Arch was formed by downward water erosion from atop the sandstone, rather than from side-to-side water erosion.
Lively color illuminates the canvas in this painting of Canyon de Chelly, Arizona. Early morning sun rays streak down the red rock cliffs and fill the canyon with glowing light. Impressionistic brush strokes capture the transience of the moment.
OIL ON CANVAS by erin hanson
32 x 24 in