Splash of Turquoise, Dinosaur Tracks, and More

Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Outfit Details: Turquoise Top (Forever 21), Cross-body Handbag (Aldo), Black Gladiator Sandals (Ardene's), Gold Necklace (thrifted)

Last week was eye-opening for me. I traveled across The States (mainly stayed in Arizona) and saw things I never could have imagined. If I told you the photo above was of me holding fossilized dinosaur poop, would you believe me?

That's right. A little past the eastern entrance of the Grand Canyon National Park is an area called Tuba City, which is noted for having dinosaur tracks. It is ran by the Navajo community and they offer tip-based tours around the tracks, explaining what they believe each item is. I took thousands of photos and while I'd love to share all of them with you, it would take me ages to edit and upload. Instead I put together a mini photo collage to show you the items that excited me the most.


Top Left: A fossilized dinosaur egg. Bottom Left: The tracks found all around the area. Full Right: This is believed to be the footstep of a Dilophosaurus outlined by stones.

The photos above are of The Grand Canyon from many different areas of the park. This place is definitely more beautiful in-person, and I recommend that you go to see it at least once in your life.

Hope you enjoyed this mini traveling post. It's good to be back home again, but I really miss the natural beauty of Arizona!
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