Arches National Monument is located near Moab, Utah, and is famous for the nearly 200 sandstone arches formed by wind and water in the canyons and buttes.
A few shots from the Grand Canyon area, including the Goosenecks of the San Juan, which is often mistaken for the Grand Canyon. This represents just a fraction of the striking images I have from Arizona
Another well-known park in Utah, Bryce is famous for its wind carved hoodoos and high-altitude. Bryce often makes its own weather.
Once the stronghold of the Dine, or Navajo people, the canyon is still home to many, who farm its peaceful interior.
An interesting geological phenomena near Deming, New Mexico, City of Rocks is a small yet picturesque area, known for its, well, rocks.
Here you'll find some great doors and artifacts from the towns left standing when the miners and the cowboys left for richer parts.l
The last crossing place before the Grand Canyon, and the start of many raft trips down the mighty Colorado River. Lee's Ferry is south of Page, Arizona about 20 miles as the crow flies.
Made famous by John Ford's western movies, Monument Valley is a quiet, contemplative place, not over-developed, and difficult to get to.
Canvas Panoramas from some of the other galleries. Find the long skinny here.
A couple of images from the center of the holistic universe.
White Sands gypsum is often mistaken for sand, and the wind creates beautiful patterns in it in much the same way. White Sands is midway between Alamagordo and Las Cruces, New Mexico.
A few images that aren't strictly from the Southwest, but are thematically related nonetheless.