Worn books, hidden paths, striking vistas, and displaced machinery- an accumulation of images from, inspired by, and relevant to the ages of Myst.


Located on the Colorado Plateau in northern Arizona, the Vermilion Cliffs National Monument in Arizona includes the Paria Canyon-Vermilion Cliffs Wilderness. This remote and unspoiled, 280,000-acre Monument - a part of the BLM’s National Conservation Lands - is a geologic treasure, containing a variety of diverse landscapes from the Paria Plateau, Vermilion Cliffs, Coyote Buttes, and Paria Canyon. 

Visitors enjoy scenic views of towering cliffs and deep canyons. Paria Canyon offers an outstanding three to five day wilderness backpacking experience. The colorful swirls of cross-bedded sandstone in Coyote Buttes are an international hiking destination.

A permit is required for hiking in Coyote Buttes North (the Wave), Coyote Buttes South, and for overnight trips within Paria Canyon. Visit the BLM Arizona’s website to learn more about this beautiful area and plan your visit.

Photos by Bob Wick, BLM Wilderness Specialist

abandoned school | Belgium
photography by Martino Zegwaard

abandoned limestone quarry | Belgium

photography by Martino Zegwaard

brutalist pendant chandelier | C. Carl Jennings, blacksmith

houses at the Bambu Indah hotel, Bali

The mid-century home of C. Carl Jennings, Blacksmith (part 02)

photos by Darren Bradley

The mid-century home of C. Carl Jennings, Blacksmith (part 01)

photos by Darren Bradley

ice tunnels in the Rhone Glacier | Valais, Switzerland


Udang House | Bambu Indah hotel, Bali

submission by somewhat-human

limestone quarry and chapel | Netherlands

photography by Martino Zegwaard