Last wonderful sunlights flaring up the red sandstone in Zion National Park.
Between the red sandtone and the sunset lights, difficult to say which of them is the most gorgeous !
Arches National Park, Delicate Arch, just before the sunrise.
Climb the old volcano Iztaccíhuatl is an act of faith for the mexican people. During the effort to the top, they miss oxygen but they believe in the wonderful view they will discover at the top !
The Buckskin Gulch Canyon is the longest slot canyon in the world. More than a booby prize when you don’t win at the Wave lottery !
Bryce Canyon National Park Hoodoos in winter.
Even if the badlands are really bad to live, they remain a beautiful place to have a walk.
From Cofre de Perote (4282m), Veracruz State.
The Yellowstone’s Caldeira is full of geological life when the colorful hotsprings show themselves on the surface.
The Mount St Helens erupted in 1980, devastating all life around. The logs of ancient forest blown are on the lake.
A great petrified fall in Oaxaca state
Even in the dark, we can always see the light ! Going inside the lava tube is like a travel to the Earth heart.
From the Cortez Path, we can admire the light of the lava into the Popocatepetl crater. The Popocatepetl is ths secong highest volcano in Mexico, it is 5426 meters high.
Here we realize how truly lucky we are inside the Subway, in Zion National Park in winter. We are alone !
Crater Lake, in Oregon, is one of the snowiest isolated places in United States. We went to spend the night at the edge of the crater and between two snow storms, we had the lights show !
Cofre de Perote, Veracruz. perfect viewpoint to admire the Orizaba volcano, 5670m.
The Kelso Dunes are notable for the phenomenon known as “booming dunes” when someone slides down slowly, generating a low-frequency rumble that can be both felt and heard.
It could be from a fantastic movie but, in Mojave National Preserve, this ray of light is real !
Great Caribbean Sea coast, turquoise water and white sand !
Some cenotes are unknown by the tourists because they are isolated. It is great to enjoy our time and the silent there.
Turquoise water rolls down in Chiapas
From the Island in the Sky, in Canyonlands National Park, we can have a great viewpoint to the Needles where the Colorado River is shaping its way…
The best way to lost our reference is to be in front of the Grand Canyon.
South Rim Grand Canyon National Park
I was waiting for the first sunights on the Grand Canyon but my attention was diverted by sky behind the tower.
The acid breaks up the soil In Yellowstone National Park, creating mud, and nourishes microorganisms that create amazing colors in the landscape !
There are more than 6000 cenotes in Yucatan Peninsula. More famous than others, Samulá doesn’t know the crowd on the early morning…
Yosemite National Park
X’kékén is the Samula neighbour, less illuminated than the other, it invites us too for a cool bath.
The Mono Lake tufas, as a stone ghost ship under the sunrise lights
Between the snow and the clouds, we can’t know where is the ground… and where is the sky in Angel’s landing.
Cantona, Puebla, Mexico.
Bryce Canyon Amphitheater
With the sun, the Delicat Arch is posing for the photo with its twin sister !
The sunrise is warming up the desert during that cold morning in Canyonlands National Park.
You can go hiking this very long canyon for days without losing you, there is only two ways : one to go, one to come back !
Isla de la Piedra a Mazatlán, Sinaloa, Mexico
Here we could see the geologic jewel shaped by the San Juan River, near Mexican Hat (UT).
Cerro Negro, Nicaragua.
Managua Lake, Nicaragua.
In Little Wild Horse Mesa, the badlands look like the work of an artist.
Marribios, volcanic range in Nicaragua.
Turquoise and salted water as a sea in the crater situated in the high mexican plateau.
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