Joshua Tree Collection
Where two deserts meet
Arid low desert and vegetated high desert meet in Joshua Tree National Park to form a visceral atmosphere sculpted by strong winds and rain. Surely you’ve seen an image of the distinct Yucca Brevifolia silhouette against the bronzed rock, but until you’ve physically arrived in the vastness of these plains studded by monzogranite monoliths it’s hard to capture just how primitive the landscape truly is.
John Long said it best “Josh is inexhaustible. The terrain, the weather, the light, the wind, can cycle through fifty moods in fifty minutes.” In one visit to Josh I experienced howling winds, a dusting of snow, and basked under a sun so hot it could bleach your bones. It was an encounter like no other — leaving me full of inspiration and an eagerness to return.
Each piece in this collection represents a feature that makes up the natural tapestry of the southwest.