Yucca brevifolia

I recently had the pleasure of visiting Joshua Tree National Park. It is a place, for those who have not yet had the pleasure of visiting , that I believe should be expedited to the top of any list of destinations. This vast stretch of land has been inhabited by people for the past 5000 years and while it’s desolate nature may be unappealing to some, the untouched and vast beauty of this landscape can be felt on a deeply spiritual level. A still, quiet terrain set in motion by mother nature millions years ago formed to perfection for everyone to enjoy. The soft curved tops of the mountains can be seen in tandem with jagged metamorphic chaos scattered all around. There’s nothing like taking in the age and fragility of a desert and a Joshua Tree keeps good company here. This place can’t help but make you reflect on the Earth’s own fragility. Once mother nature hits the reset button- there’s nothing we can do. Until next time.

Indian Cove

Indian Cove

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Cholla Cactus Garden

Cholla Cactus Garden

Opuntia fulgida

Opuntia fulgida