Utah is a colorful place, but its most beautiful aspect is the way the shadows cast on the jagged and rough rocks.
The green country side interrupted by mountains covers the Irish island. It is an eternal source of inspiration and wonder.
The ruins left behind by humans dot the landscape.
Some have not yet been successfully reclaimed by nature and stand as a testament to how we try to control nature— but sometimes it outlives its creators.
Stretching as far as the eye can see, layers of hills stand reaching into the horizon and sky.
In the distance, rocky crags loom large into the sky. A jagged silhouette, no two alike, but so intricate, exact memory is impossible. Photography let’s us see and remember these stone colossus, but nothing compares to standing in their shadows.
Underneath the dock, where the sun does not shine, a whole world is waiting to be found.
These objects contain the knowledge we still seek. But will it be revealed when we don’t have the tools to understand it?
The remnants of a hard rain leaves its memory imprinted, on the surface of natural beauty.