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The Navajo name for the canyon is Tsé bighánílíní, which means “the place where water runs through rocks.” Exactly what the canyon is.
The light, textures and shapes the water has created in the canyon are spectacular.
Las Vegas second edition of RISE Lantern Festival was a total success, behind were the problems of the first one, that even with the inconveniences was a beautiful event. The 2015 edition, with a new location and better logistics, was nothing but pleasure. here’s a full photo gallery and a video of what I think is one of the best experiences you can have in Vegas.
Rhyolite was once called “The Chicago from the South”. Founded in 1904 after discovering quartz all over a hill, it come to down and was abandoned in 1916. The population shrunk to fourteen by the beginning of 1920 and by then was already considered a ghost town. The last resident died in 1924. Rhyolite is now one of the most attractive ghost towns in the state of Nevada.
Nevada’s oldest and largest state park offers beautiful and relaxing desert landscapes. You’ll find there petrified woods, 3,000 year-old Indian petroglyphs, and thousands of majestic out lands. less than an hour far from Las Vegas, it’s easy to visit, and it will unforgettable. Check their website: Valley of Fire.