While it seems like there’s a resurgence of Wild West recklessness in the world lately, we are enjoying a resurgence of red colors. The reason for the popularity right now? We are looking to surround ourselves with positive energy and add a sense of individuality to our surroundings. So bringing the warmth of red inside gives us a lift. Plus, the more subtle reds create an atmosphere that feels safe. Like barn red!
Interested in the wild west? Bodie Ghost Town offers a window into the past of gold mining, gunslingers, and outlaws. Preserved for our benefit, take a look at this photo essay to see a variety of photos that show what life was like during the California gold rush.
Appreciate how autumn brings pop to beautiful scenery. Find serenity in this photo collection of fall colors in the eastern Sierras.
This sunny face of the sunflower symbol has captivated cultures for centuries. Sunflower symbols show up throughout history. Just take a look at the arts. Sunflower designs adorn pottery, tapestries, currencies, postage stamps, and paintings. Van Gogh painted 11 paintings of sunflowers, and the number of flowers in those paintings totaled 87.
Death Valley National Park is a landscape of extremes. Arid, hostile, harsh, and remote are all accurate ways to describe this natural phenomenon. Through these 26 photos, settle the question for yourself–is Death Valley worth visiting? The beauty is striking and bold, and at times, subtle and soft at other moments.