“I love the raw determination of this tree,” photographer Nick Hall says about this image taken along the Queen’s Garden Trail at Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah—a tree that could serve as a symbol for nature’s resilience and adaptation amidst harsh environments. Read more about our national parks in the current issue of Nature Conservancy magazine bit.ly/WorldsofWonder—photo by Nick Hall @nickhallphoto.  @goparks @nationalparkservice @usinterior #brycecanyon #nationalpark #utah…

“I love the raw determination of this tree,” photographer Nick Hall says about this image taken along the Queen’s Garden Trail at Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah—a tree that could serve as a symbol for nature’s resilience and adaptation amidst harsh environments. Read more about our national parks in the current issue of Nature Conservancy magazine bit.ly/WorldsofWonder—photo by Nick Hall @nickhallphoto. @goparks @nationalparkservice @usinterior #brycecanyon #nationalpark #utah…

“Another glorious day the air as delicious to the lungs as nectar to the tounge,” John Muir—photo by Nick Hall @nickhallphoto. #greatsanddunes #sunrise #dawn #sangredecristo #mountains #exploration #nature #livenature (at Great Sand Dunes National...

“Another glorious day the air as delicious to the lungs as nectar to the tounge,” John Muir—photo by Nick Hall @nickhallphoto. #greatsanddunes #sunrise #dawn #sangredecristo #mountains #exploration #nature #livenature (at Great Sand Dunes National...

Rhys Christensen hikes up to Mills Lake in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado. With more  than 300 miles of trails throughout the park, there are plenty of opportunities to take in the breathtaking scenery. Read more about the National Park Service and the many places across the country that it stewards in our current issue of Nature Conservancy Magazine—bit.ly/WorldsofWonder—photo credit Nick Hall @nickhallphoto.  @goparks @nationalparkservice @usinterior #rockymountains #colorado…

Rhys Christensen hikes up to Mills Lake in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado. With more than 300 miles of trails throughout the park, there are plenty of opportunities to take in the breathtaking scenery. Read more about the National Park Service and the many places across the country that it stewards in our current issue of Nature Conservancy Magazine—bit.ly/WorldsofWonder—photo credit Nick Hall @nickhallphoto. @goparks @nationalparkservice @usinterior #rockymountains #colorado…

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