Apr 18, 2014

A Tree from Dead Horse Point State Park

Dead Horse Point State Park in Utah is a very interesting place. With beautiful scenery and sad history. Well, hiking here was a delight. On the way, I saw many interesting rock formations and twisted trees. This was one of them.

Lone Tree at Dead Horse Point State Park Utah

Beautiful huh?

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  1. Yes, beautiful and desolate! Well captured.

  2. Oh, beautiful indeed, Kusum!! I lived in Utah for a couple of years and I do remember those blue, blue skies!! Superb capture for the day! I love the clarity!! Hope you have a lovely weekend!! Enjoy!

  3. Trees! They somehow survive! Makes a great pic.

  4. Yes, so gorgeous!

  5. Gorgeous shot! Like the stones and the twisted trees and the blue sky of course!

  6. Cool tree, I love the shape! Great photo! Have a happy weekend!

  7. Perfect capture of the magic of that part of the US

  8. Interesting place... with natural scenery


  9. The red rocks and old tree are great - a lot like central Australia.

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

  10. There's something encouraging about a tree growing out of rocks. Love this shot.


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