If it tickles your fancy, click a photo to start a slideshow that can be controlled with the left and right arrows. Or scroll down for a quick glimpse of desert beauty. Photos taken by Meira and Drexel near the Corona Arch right outside of Moab, UT.
Our lovely campsite from afar.
A cairn graveyard.
God’s Eye, near the Corona Arch.
Why on this night must we recline against one another?
One inch of cryptobiotic soil takes a hundred years to grow. So watch your feet!
Indian art was everywhere.
I have a thing for colorful pebbles…
Cryptobiotic soil crusts, consisting of soil cyanobacteria, lichens and mosses, play an important ecological roles in the arid Southwest.
Taking a moment’s pause in a hobbit hole.