Desert Palatte

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These are the vibrant colors as seen from a few hundred feet above the desert floor near the Valley Of Fire.  From locations such as this, you can see where the First Nations people such as the Diné (Navajo) and Hopi Tribal Artists got the inspiration for the stunning colors they have historically used in their textiles, clothing, pottery designs, and sand paintings. The contrasting colors in this image illustrate just how nature paints with a brilliant palette!
Zedekiah: “Rarely do I shoot in the middle of the day when the sun is out brightly shining because it washes the colors in my long-distance aerial landscape images. Occasionally when flying and shooting wilderness from the bush plane, I happen upon a formation that is strikingly obvious such as this rock formation out by the Valley Of Fire north of Lake Mead, Nevada.”

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