Sacred Valley of the Incas, Peru
Boat island~do you wanna try?
Castle, Japan 大阪城
Travel Inspiration for those days when you’re snowed in!
Cancun Underwater Museum, Mexico
Charm of Istanbul.
The Infinite Gallery : The Ostankino Tower - Moscow, Russia
“The sky, at sunset, looked like a carnivorous flower.”
― Roberto Bolaño, 2666
ARCHES NATIONAL PARK, UTAH
Arches National Monument lies in the redrock country north of Moab, between the Colorado River and US 160. … In the Monument proper, the wind has carved these canyon walls into forms that, even in a region noted for spectacular erosion, are remarkable. Here are arches and windows through solid stone, from a size that can scarcely be crawled through to immense spans that would accommodate a troop of cavalry; monoliths measured in hundreds of tons balanced on decaying bases; chimneys, deep caves, and high, thin, sculptured walls of salmon-hued rock
—Utah, A Guide to the State (WPA, 1941)
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At-Large Guide to the West James Orndorf was born in Minnesota, but knew at a very young age that the future lay out west. He is currently photographing and illustrating outside of Durango, Colorado. You can see what he’s up to at inlandwest.tumblr.com and roughshelter.com.