Spider Rock. You can judge how tall the spires are by looking at the tiny trail at the bottom of the valley floor. Canyon de Chelly is on Indian land near Chinle, AZ

Spider Rock. You can judge how tall the spires are by looking at the tiny trail at the bottom of the valley floor. Canyon de Chelly is on Indian land near Chinle, AZ

Grand Canyon, AZ, USA Seeing this place in person is so surreal  Took My Breath Away

Grand Canyon, AZ, USA Seeing this place in person is so surreal Took My Breath Away

Super moon Over Grand Canyon    Pinned By:  Live Wild Be Free  www.livewildbefree.com  Cruelty Free Lifestyle & Beauty Blog.  Twitter & Instagram @livewild_befree  Facebook http://facebook.com/livewildbefree

Super moon Over Grand Canyon Pinned By: Live Wild Be Free www.livewildbefree.com Cruelty Free Lifestyle & Beauty Blog. Twitter & Instagram @livewild_befree Facebook http://facebook.com/livewildbefree

Mule's ears abloom in the Cathedral Valley of Capitol Reef National Park, south-central Utah • Guy Tal Photography

Mule's ears abloom in the Cathedral Valley of Capitol Reef National Park, south-central Utah • Guy Tal Photography

Sunset at Second Wave Coyote Buttes North Paria Vermilion Cliffs Wilderness Arizona | by Alex Donnelly

Sunset at Second Wave Coyote Buttes North Paria Vermilion Cliffs Wilderness Arizona | by Alex Donnelly

Located just 6 miles east of Jasper, Alberta, Maligne Canyon is the perfect destination to spend a couple of hours walking through creeks and bridges suspended a few inches on the majestic towering waterfalls and rapids .

5 places to discover in British Columbia Canada

Located just 6 miles east of Jasper, Alberta, Maligne Canyon is the perfect destination to spend a couple of hours walking through creeks and bridges suspended a few inches on the majestic towering waterfalls and rapids .

The only cottonwood tree for miles around is nurtured and protected from a harsh environment by the cool, moist soil found in this unique, teardrop shaped sandstone alcove on the Utah/Arizona borderlands. By John Mumaw

The only cottonwood tree for miles around is nurtured and protected from a harsh environment by the cool, moist soil found in this unique, teardrop shaped sandstone alcove on the Utah/Arizona borderlands. By John Mumaw

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