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Arches, Bryce Canyon, Channel Islands and Death Valley National parks

  • Mesa Arch_ Canyon Lands National Park

    Worshiping Sunrise_Mesa Arch_CanyonLands NP (Utah)_24*48″ When we came here we had no idea how beautiful it was going to be, until we experienced it for ourselves. As you can see it is God’s creation worshipping him. Because He is truly the light of the world. Praise God.

  • Antelope Canyon

    Antelope Canyon was formed by erosion of Navajo Sandstone, which belongs to the Indian Reserve. It includes two separate, Upper and Lower Antelope Canyon. When the sunlight shines through the mountain side craves and causes a reflection on the rock, you will see so many bright vivid  colors. You feels like you are walking in the dream. The colors are so beautiful that makes you feel this can not be real. A must see, though this place doesn't count as a National Park. However, as an artist, I have an extreme passion to paint this place.

  • Channel Islands National Park 海峽群島國家公園

    This place is located at Ventura harbor where you can see the Channel Islands National Park in the distances. It is a very relaxing and beautiful place. It will put you in a dream state of mind. This is one of God’s greatest creation.

  • Arches National Park 拱門國家公園

    Arches national park lies on top an underground evaporate layer or salt bed, which is the main cause of the formation of the arches, spires, balanced rocks, sandstone fins, and eroded monoliths in the area. It is a dynamic – ever changing – land with new forming and disappearing arches, spires, fins, windows, pinnacles, and miraculously […]

  • Death Valley 死亡谷國家公園

    A group of pioneers decided to take a “shortcut” across the unknown deserts of the West. This fatal misjudgment gave us the name “Death Valley”… It is the driest, hottest, and lowest area in USA. Death Valley is a very unique place, in nature, it is a dead place but there is life here as […]

  • Bryce Canyon NP 布萊斯國家公園

    Hoodoos are very famous at Bryce Canyon. We don’t know where it came from? A story said they were Indians, the Legend People, and they did something bad and God turned them all into rocks… very interesting story. However, when you really look into the rock, they are so many and just look like thousands […]