Arches National Park / by Sarah Robertson

Growing up in the Pacific North West I had a bit of a narrow mindset on what a nice landscape was. If there wasn’t a waterfall or an abundance of green I was not impressed. But Arches National Park changed all of that for me. From the moment I arrived I was completely mesmerized by the red rock. I just kept thinking to myself, how does this exist? It just seemed so unearthly – so magical. There is an air of indescribable majesty there.  There is something about those unique red arches that feels so natural to my body and soul. It is the place I go when I feel the need to be recharged.  [Shot on Portra 400 taken with a Mamiya 645]