Joshua Tree Rocks

The USofA is a puzzle of national parks, especially once you hit west of the Rockies. But closest to our heart is Joshua Tree National Park – perhaps because of it’s vicinity to Los Angeles – for its epic sunsets, dry heat, looming rock formations and of course, the unforgettable Joshua trees. L.A.-based photographer/writer Faith-Ann Young took on the desert park for a few days with some friends, and she captured the soul of the area with her brilliantly edited images. She won’t tell us all of her secrets, but this is what she had to say about her series: “The whole point was to show the mystical affect of the natural yet surreal terrain of Joshua Tree. It was my first time up there and I was blown away by the beauty – half like walking on the moon, half like being on a roadrunner cartoon set.”

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