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The Wave whose rhythmic texture resembles the surface of Mars

Otherworldly flow: These stunning shots capture the natural wonder hidden deep in the Arizona desert known as The Wave, a 190 million-year-old formation made of sand dunes which turned to rock through time

Otherworldly flow: These stunning shots capture the natural wonder hidden deep in the Arizona desert known as The Wave, a 190 million-year-old formation made of sand dunes which turned to rock through time

Natural wonder: The sand dunes  are stacked on top of another and hardened by deposit of calcium salts - causing the vertical and horizontal layers

Natural wonder: The sand dunes  are stacked on top of another and hardened by deposit of calcium salts – causing the vertical and horizontal layers

Justin Reznick is a full-time professional nature photographer from Seattle, Washington.  His  vision comes from years on the road and off the beaten path.  He has explored 68 countries on 6 continents and  have hiked many of the world’s greatest trails. His passion for traveling and exploration pushes his photographic abilities to new heights.

Cavernous creations: Hidden somewhere in the Vermillion Cliffs Wilderness Area in Arizona, USA, a special permit is needed to find the spectacular Mars like spot

Cavernous creations: Hidden somewhere in the Vermillion Cliffs Wilderness Area in Arizona, USA, a special permit is needed to find the spectacular Mars like spot

Vibrant colors: As light reflects off the old rock red, orange, and purple hues illuminate the landscape

Vibrant colors: As light reflects off the old rock red, orange, and purple hues illuminate the landscape

Mysterious landscape: With endless nooks and crannies The Wave is an explorer's paradise  

Mysterious landscape: With endless nooks and crannies The Wave is an explorer’s paradise

Getting the shot: 'It's best to start at first light to photograph the Wave before any direct light reaches the walls,' said the photographer Justin Reznick

Getting the shot: ‘It’s best to start at first light to photograph the Wave before any direct light reaches the walls,’ said the photographer Justin Reznick

Magic on Earth: 'To see the Wave is a surreal experience - there is nothing quite like it on Earth,' said photographer Justin Reznick who spent hours documenting the natural wonder 

Magic on Earth: ‘To see the Wave is a surreal experience – there is nothing quite like it on Earth,’ said photographer Justin Reznick who spent hours documenting the natural wonder

Seductive swirl: The formations are enticing with their continues twists and turns and sensuous colors 

Seductive swirl: The formations are enticing with their continues twists and turns and sensuous colors

Visit Artist’s website,

http://www.justinreznick.com/galleries