In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge
A little late to the party but when I saw the photo prompt, I couldn’t resist joining in.
The desert is a place where one might think colour might be lacking. Rock, sand & the occasional plant beckon us to look closer, enticing us to explore the natural beauty right before our eyes.
I have had an opportunity to visit two deserts, one in Morocco & one in Arizona, each one unique in its landscape & culture, yet similar in their vastness & beauty.
I invite you to join me.
Off we go….
Travelling deeper into the desert, the colour just gets richer, drawing you in further, perhaps for a little lunch or dinner?
The contrast of a blue sky only enhances the rich orange hue! It was worth getting up in the wee hours of the morning to watch the sunrise.
My ride hunkering down for a well deserved rest! Have you ever ridden a camel?
A different kind of desert than what I experienced in Morocco, Arizona was a delightful surprise in its varying landscape. Beautiful hues of orange capturing our attention & inspiring us to dream.
Inside Antelope Canyon, the sun creates an beautiful array of colour within the walls.
One can’t help but be challenged to step to the edge to take in the beauty of this place.
Wishing you a wonderful weekend!