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.
One inch of cryptobiotic soil takes a hundred years to grow. So watch your feet!
Why on this night must we recline against one another?
Taking a moment’s pause in a hobbit hole.
God’s Eye, near the Corona Arch.
Indian art was everywhere.
Cryptobiotic soil crusts, consisting of soil cyanobacteria, lichens and mosses, play an important ecological roles in the arid Southwest.
A cairn graveyard.
I have a thing for colorful pebbles…
Our lovely campsite from afar.