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26 January, 2013

Arches and Canyonlands NP Photo Journey

North Window Arch
North Window Arch
During our Midwest Road Trip from Yellowstone National Park to Rocky Mountain National Park, we also stayed a couple days in Moab. While in Moab, we visited two incredible beautiful National Parks, Arches National Park with its more than 2000 sandstone Arches and Canyonlands National Park. I hope my Photo Jouney through these parks give you some idea of the beauty of this place.



Arches National Park
Arches National Park

Landscape Arch
Landscape Arch

Double O Arch
Double O Arch

Partition Arch
Partition Arch

Delicate Arch
Delicate Arch

Turret Arch
Turret Arch

Navajo Arch
Navajo Arch

Garden of Eden
Garden of Eden

Balanced Rock
Balanced Rock

Canyonlands National Park

Landscape Canyonlands NP
Canyonlands NP landscape

Us in Canyonlands NP
us in Canyonlands NP

Thalysia in Canyonlands NP
Thalysia in Canyonlands NP

Canyonlands NP Panorama
Canyonlands NP panorama

 

If you enjoyed this post, you might also like:
=> Yellowstone Photo Journey
=> Go West Road Trip


by Freya Renders - Holiday Nomad, a Travel and Photo Blog

21 comments:

  1. thanks for sharing..
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  2. Partition Arch - love the view from there and the arch itself. What an incredible place. Must have been difficult to leave it.

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    1. It was indeed difficult to leave there and I really wish we could have stayed for a couple more days but we were heading to Rocky Mountain National Park next which was incredible as well.

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  3. Lovely images. We would've enjoyed spending more time there.

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    1. Same here, it would have been great if we had a couple extra days to do some more hiking in the parks

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  4. Gorgeous shots!

    I also visited both of those on my fabulous camping summer in the midwest and I remember them as AMAZING spots! The rock formations in Arches were just crazy!!!

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    1. These are indeed amazing NPs, I'm always stunned by the beauty of the NPs in the US. I cannot make my mind up on what would be my favorite NP, they are all incredible.

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  5. Wow, amazing photos! We have both parks on our list of places to visit when we come to the USA in a few years time. Your photos have reaffirmed that we definitely want to go there!

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  6. Really cool post!
    I love the various arches. Makes me think of the old west and having a camp out with baked beans and a harmonica lol.

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  7. I LOVE this part of the US! Sometimes I feel like I'm walking on another planet. You have represented it beautifully with your photos!

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    1. thanks for stopping by, it's indeed an incredible beautiful part of the US

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  8. Amazing post.!!!
    The photographs are stellar.
    Do ya think a lot of people get married under those beautiful formations?

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    1. I don't know whether it is possible to get married under the arches but it would be for sure an incredible experience.

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  9. Crazy stuff! Very lively pictures. Wow! this place is worth visiting. It is no doubt a good holiday spot.

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    1. It is indeed, thanks for stopping by.

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  10. Traveling is an amazing experience. If I travel , I always grab the opportunity to capture beautiful of places and people I meet along the way.

    Your post reminded me so much of my trip to Canyonlands. Thank you so much for sharing your photos! I would like to share to you my own gallery

    of Canyonlands Photography right at this site: http://www.darkeclipse.com/landscape-pictures/national-park-pictures/canyonlands-pictures/. You

    will absolutely find my photos interesting. Thanks!
    Here are a couple of my fine art photos from Canyonlands!

    http://www.darkeclipse.com/landscape-pictures/national-park-pictures/canyonlands-pictures/green-river-overlook-during-sunset-storm/
    http://www.darkeclipse.com/landscape-pictures/national-park-pictures/canyonlands-pictures/shafer-canyon-overlook-in-the-afternoon/

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    1. Hi Tyra, I had a look at your photos and the are indeed absolutely stunning. Thanks for sharing.

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  11. This is one of my favourite parks in the US. I have hiked and biked it and slept under its stars on a chilly November night.

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    1. It is indeed one of the most beautiful parks, sounds very romantic sleeping under its stars, not sure about the chilly November part however ;-)

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