Twenty miles west of Blanding, Utah, is the roadside
Located just fifty-five miles northeast of Las Vegas the Valley of Fire is the oldest and largest state park in Nevada. The name is quite appropriate as the red rock formations literally glow from the light of early morning, late afternoon, or early evening. It is a place to be treasured by artists and photographers alike.
These photographs were shot late afternoon, and early evening in May, 2009. All images are limited editions available as a one-time collection or can be purchased individually as "part of" the Valley of Fire collection. Each print comes with a Certificate of Authenticity & print care instructions.
The images are printed with archival materials.
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