Outrageous. Awesome. Majestic. Incredible. I could plug every superlative here, but until you get there, you will never truly get the real effect of the place. I love, love, love it!
My first visit here was early in the morning where we took in a short trail. This time around we went in the afternoon where it was a bit overcast. We mostly drove around, stopped and walked a bit. For the most part, we were there to photograph the place. We have better camera this time as compared to five years ago, so we were keen on doing just that - photography.
As much as I enjoy the lush greens and tall trees of California, these red rocks and sandstone formation are ethereal and unbelievable.
Let me shut up and just let the pictures do the talking. Be warned this is a picture heavy post :)
We saw a few cars and couple of people walking but for the most part we were all alone in the park. Even when we stopped at the visitor center there was only three other cars there at that time. Must be the lateness of the hour.
The sky however could not compete with the beautiful sandstone formations today.
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