The gorgeous Big Bend

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Big Bend was breathtaking. The drive to the National Park seemed like an illusion. The mountains were so high above the clouds, that they appeared to be vague, blue shadows in the sky.

Once we were inside Big Bend National Park, James and I went to the Chisos Basin to climb Emory Peak. The next day we ventured down the path that led us to Santa Elena Canyon, a view my dad said I had to witness. The canyon towered 1,500 feet above you and all you could do was stare in silence.

These photos don’t do Big Bend any justice. Without the emotions behind it, these are merely gorgeous photos and you can only just begin to enjoy the beauty. Nature, especially at this scale, must be experienced firsthand. xx

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