Six Shots: The American Southwest

The American Southwest offers a beautiful array of locations from the Grand Canyon in Arizona to the ancient pueblos of Mesa Verde National Park. One of the biggest Allures to this area for me is the beautiful color palette of red, oranges, and yellows. Nine days roaming about this vast desert landscape was just not enough time for me to take it all in, but that being said I was able to capture a beautiful slice of what the region has to offer. I leave you here with six shots from my solo trip through the American Soutwest. Enjoy!

The beautiful interior of Wire Pass on the Arizona/Utah border.

The beautiful interior of Wire Pass on the Arizona/Utah border.

Wire Pass opens up into Buckskin Gulch and this beautiful arch.

Wire Pass opens up into Buckskin Gulch and this beautiful arch.

A blazing sunset over Horseshoe Bend ushers out a beautiful day in the southwest.

A blazing sunset over Horseshoe Bend ushers out a beautiful day in the southwest.

While traveling solo through the southwest, I befriended a lively yogi named Kira who was gracious enough to share her craft with me.

While traveling solo through the southwest, I befriended a lively yogi named Kira who was gracious enough to share her craft with me.

I also had the pleasure of learning what AcroYoga is.

I also had the pleasure of learning what AcroYoga is.

Mesa Verde in Southwestern Colorado offers some of the most intact Anasazi Pueblos around, like the Cliff Palace.

Mesa Verde in Southwestern Colorado offers some of the most intact Anasazi Pueblos around, like the Cliff Palace.


SIX SHOTS is a photo essay where we feature our favorite photos from a particular trip or topic.


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