Potash Road, Moab, Utah
This area outside of Moab is a favorite for rock climbers and photographers. There are even some ancient petroglyphs along the scenic byway. The stark landscape looks like another world. So it isn’t surprising that it has served as a backdrop for movies such as "Planet of the Apes."
Beautiful! I've never traveled far enough west to see landscapes such as that... so I always enjoy seeing your photos. Do you have a favorite lens for landscapes?ReplyDelete
Thank you! My favorite Nikon lens is the 18-300mm. For Fuji, it is the 18-135mm.Delete
Yes, it definitely looks like something you would see in Planet of the Apes! Stunning, though!ReplyDelete
Just starkly beautiful! There is an area of Colorado that has red rock formations that are interesting and beautiful too. I've never been to Utah, but what an amazing country we have with all these different landscapes.ReplyDelete
Yeah, I can imagine the apes wandering around on that landscape :)ReplyDelete
It does look other worldly. I could pass visiting there for sure. I like lush and green. I belong in Ireland or something.ReplyDelete
Beautiful as always Donna. I hope you are doing well. You are in my thoughts and prayers daily. xoxoxoReplyDelete
Beautiful, Donna. The dry, barren looking rock formations and the water make a striking contrast.ReplyDelete
Great shot and really?? Planet of the Apes? Wow...neat!ReplyDelete
So glad to see you out an about doing what you do best, always amazed of your photos! Moab is so pretty heading there myself taking my Mom to finish off one of her bucket list wishes. She wants to see the red rock formations.ReplyDelete
I'm sorry, Donna, that I haven't been here since you posted this gorgeous photo. Don't even ask me why, but it reminds me of when my oldest brother, Mom, a cousin and I travelled through the desert. I can't remember where we were going! :)ReplyDelete
Love you, sweet lady.