The historical Mormon Barns located in the Capitol Reef National Park, just outside of Fruita
A lone cottonwood tree rests near some famous petroglyphs in Capitol Reef National Park where the Mormons found sanctuary long after the native tribes had used the area for their home.
This rock appears coral-like in structure, which isn't so far fetched given that this entire part of the country was once submerged under a great deal of water in the times much before humans.
This gorgeous drive takes you deep into the Capitol Gorge as it leads to some amazing hikes.
Small flowers along the Capitol Gorge drive in Capitol Reef National Park.
A great turret of rock juts out from the rest of the rock face in Capitol Reef National Park.
Warm light illuminating the foreground that heads into an ominous valley covered by storms
Great rock escarpments along the valley road in Capitol Reef NP