A shimmering rainbow arcs across the Madison River, as storm clouds loom over the mountains near Ennis, Montana.
White Sands, New Mexico stretches across 275 square miles (710 square kilometers), the largest expanse of gypsum crystals in the … More
The Rio Grande wends its through the arid landscape of the Chihuahuan Desert in southwest Texas.
These dramatic landforms were created by eroded sediments from a lake that disappeared five million years ago. Zabriskie Point, named … More
The rising sun highlights curves and angles among the sand dunes of Death Valley.
Dramatic atmospheric effects accompany a sunset in Big Bend National Park on the Mexico-US border.
Sunset at the lowest point in North America – 282 feet (86 meters) below sea level. Occasional rainstorms leave highly … More
This rural cemetery is near the ghost town of Alma, New Mexico, where the famous outlaw, Butch Cassidy, lived along … More
An abandoned homestead in the high grasslands of western New Mexico
Sedimentation, uplift and erosion create fantastic sandstone shapes in this desert valley.
An iconic industrial design that forms an abstract sculpture against the desert sky.
These stubborn red sandstone buttes stand tall in Monument Valley, Arizona after the desert has eroded around them over long … More