The Footprints of Lives In My Life
Going through past shoots that I never reviewed or did a cull, and some good memories I wish would never dull. The frequent reminder of the life that shared mine, and the foot-printed paths we shared for a time. The paths were similar but not the same, and we each walked them together without shame. At first this did not falter or usurp us, each accepting the other's bind to a different purpose. Where we fell apart zippering at all the seams, is when we started expecting the other to give life to our dreams. That's when the memories I wish would dull, it all seems so wasted so lost so null, I hurt heart to skull.
Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park is a state park of Utah, United States, located between Mount Carmel Junction and Kanab, south and west of U.S. Highway 89 in southwestern Utah. The park features coral-hued sand dunes located beside red sandstone cliffs.
The Dunes are formed from the erosion of pink-colored Navajo Sandstone surrounding the park. High winds passing through the notch between the Moquith and Moccasin Mountains pick up loose sand particles and then drop them onto the dunes because of the Venturi effect. The dunes are estimated to be between 10,000 and 15,000 years old.
The park allows camping, hiking, off-road vehicle driving, and photography. There is a conservation area of 265 acres, and the total grounds include 3,370 acres. It was established as a Utah state park in 1963.