Nature and Art are closely related to one another. They both involve human imagination and creativity. The only difference is that in nature, the artist is God who created everything on earth. But even this small difference has resulted in a lot of varied artwork.
Truly amazing artworks are created all around us in nature. However, most of these works of art can not be visited or experienced by humans. So here is a list of 3 monumental landscapes you can’t visit in the USA:
In my upcoming book, Monumental Landscapes, I look at the most stunning landscapes in North America and explain how they were created. The goal of this book is to raise awareness about these hidden treasures and help people appreciate the natural wonders around them. From a volcano’s mouth to an ancient seabed, there are many places that you can see with your own eyes.
Tropical rain forests are amazing. They are lush, green and filled with life. But there are not many tropical rain forests in the U.S., so if you want to see one you have to travel somewhere warm like Hawaii or Costa Rica. So why am I writing about rain forests in a book about monumental landscapes? Because there is one place in the United States where you can still find a tropical rain forest: along the border between Arizona and Mexico. It’s called the Madrean Sky Islands and it’s home to thousands of bird species!
It is not that hard to see why Monument Valley in Arizona, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, or the Great Sand Dunes National Park are important. They have unique characteristics and have been visited by many people. But there are other locations you should visit if you get a chance…
The first one is Red Rock Canyon State Park in Nevada. The park was established in 1996 to help protect the natural resources of the area. It is very easy to see why this landscape was put on the list of protected areas even before it was officially designated as a state park. It is a spectacular location to visit and photograph. You can find outstanding views for miles around this part of the country, and it is definitely worth visiting if you get a chance!
Some of the areas that were protected from being developed into residential neighborhoods were designated as public lands, and they now make up Red Rock Canyon State Park. Over five thousand acres have been preserved here, so you can enjoy this spectacular part of Nevada without having any worries about it being built upon.
A monument is an object, building, place or structure that is of importance to a group of people. In terms of size, a monument can be anything from a series of small structures such as the pyramids in Egypt to large structures such as the Statute of Liberty. A monument can be anything that is important to a group of people.
Tallest Mountain in the U.S.
The tallest mountain in the U.S. is Denali (formerly Mount McKinley) located in Alaska. This mountain rises about 20,320 feet above sea level and was originally named after President William McKinley. It was renamed Denali officially on August 30th, 2015, by U.S. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell during her visit to Alaska. The mountain was named after President McKinley due to his efforts to secure funding for an overland railroad connecting the gold fields of Alaska and Canada as well as his support for gold prospecting rights in Alaska during his time in office between 1897-1901. This mountain is actually not one single peak but rather a collection of many peaks with names like Foraker, Hunter, Blackjack and Challenger Mountains. Mount McKinley is not just the highest mountain in the U.S., it is also considered one of
The Grand Canyon is one of the natural wonders of the world and a must-see location for anyone traveling in the United States.
It’s also a true monument to nature, with a fascinating history behind it. There are many other sites that aren’t as well known but that are every bit as impressive, and here are three of them:
1. Caves of Drach
Nature art is the most beautiful and awe-inspiring of all art forms. Nothing else comes close in terms of pure artistic value. Nature art is the only branch of art that is most beautiful seen live than on a canvas. Nature has inspired artists for as long as people have been creating art.