Dirt Road Alongside Corral
Sandy dirt road runs alongside a wooden barbed wire corral in the Mojave Desert.
Remains of Desert Fence Post
Wooden fence posts are all that remain of an abandoned farm in the California desert.
Exploring the Corral
Sandy dirt road runs into abandoned wooden corral in the Mojave desert in California.
Sandy Road in the Mojave Desert
Sand road leads straight into the distance in the middle of the Mojave desert.
Pine Trees and Hoodoos
Pine trees stand tall in Bryce Canyon National Park beside large, orange rock hoodoos
Haunted Forest after Wildfire
Haunting trunks of pine trees in a forest ravaged by wildfire.
Desert Corral in Mojave
Fence posts and barbed wire form a corral for farm animals in the Mojave desert.
Remains of a desert homestead in the wilderness of California's Mojave.
Tree on Bryce Canyon Edge
Small pine tree grows along the edge of Bryce Canyon in the national park.
Orange Canyon at Bryce Canyon
Souring hoodoos stand tall in the warm light of a summer dawn.
Burned Pine Trees
Only the trunks remain of pine trees burned in a forest fire in the American West.
Road into the Desert Wilderness
Dusty dirt road leads into the vast hot wilderness of California's Mojave Desert.
Dirt Road Leads into Wooden Corral
Corral Entrance in the Desert
Entrance to an old, rustic corral in the Mojave desert of southern California.
Tall Pine in Bryce Canyon
Pine trees stand tall in Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah.
Forest of Pines Beneath Orange Hoodoos
Forest of pine trees stand in the shadow of Bryce Canyon National Park's famous orange hoodoos.
Windmill and Mountain
An old metal windmill lies beneath a Utah mountain.