Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Joshua Tree National Park - Wall Street Mill Wonderland Ranch window

Joshua Tree National Park has a ton of history, a lot dating back to the 19th century Gold Mining days. The Wonderland Ranch was built by a family who came here searching for gold and now all that is left are the ruins of what look to be a toppled over house. The pink structure is quite unique though and I wanted to incorporate it into a shot. I used it as a frame looking through towards the setting sun and some classic Joshua Trees along the Wall Street Mill hike. There is quite a bit of history that is unique to this park and is what makes this park special. 


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Brandon Yoshizawa
B.A.Y | photography
Landscape and Wildlife photography