Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Place: Sand dunes in Utah....

When we went on our road trip to Zion and Bryce National Park, this  spring, we didn't have the faintest idea that there can be a sand dunes in accessible distance...
Coral Pink sand dunes state park, located between Moquith and Moccasin mountains offered us a firsthand experience of desert...the dunes formed by wind erosion of Navajo sandstone  was beautiful in its ochre color vastness...

The dune buggy tracks.......





We saw flocks of mule deer and jackrabbits in its vicinity, among the scrubs..the park brochure says one can spot kit fox and coyote too, though we could not..

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