Salvation mountain was a most profound experience. Not just creatively or artistically but also spiritually. It is a site, situated in the midst of desert sands and nothingness. A mound of intensive hues and stirringly heartening words. 

Praise to a higher being. Adoration for God with an enduring message of love.

I've never been someone you'd consider religious by any means. Especially as a child growing up I always felt rather uncomfortable and repelled being inside a church. And while I still feel slightly awkward inside a Catholic parish, the last few years have seen me adopt a path of spirituality and embracing the Universe/God. So venturing out to such a locale was celestially moving. 

There is such an acute sense of positive energy buzzing through every square inch. From the site itself to the rays of sunshine illuminating the spectrum of colour. To the gentle breeze that tickles and nuzzles exposed limbs. Even if religion or spirituality is not your thing, purely witnessing such a feat and creation in the physical is bound to impress, because the sheer devotion and love of one singular human being is magnificently evident in his labour of love.

The journey commenced on incredibly high spirits, despite the drive being a little confronting at times. To an untrained eye it is one of seemingly insipidness. One of aridity and the occasional dotting of palm trees. Don't get me wrong, the drive was very much enjoyable, despite my rather bleak description. I was simply in a state of eager anticipation, impatiently desperate to see a grand peak of opalescence in the horizon. But alas nothing but dusty browns and contrasting cerulean skies for miles. At times I wondered if perhaps my unreliable navigation system was leading us astray, as it had on many prior adventures. But the cacophony of vehicles ahead and behind ours lead me to believe that we we're travelling in the right direction.

And we were.

Excitement spikes suddenly as you traverse from a traditional road onto one of dirt. The journey shifts from velveteen to something resembling more of a jaunt at a theme park. The choppy and uneven road continues for some time until finally there it is, slowly developing from beyond the horizon. A maze of exhilarating vibrancy springing forth, assuring and promising sanctuary to those who seek it.


And as if the Universe had read my mind, like a stereotypical scene, a shirtless young male male with cascading dreadlocks appears on the side of the road, head arched to heavens, deep in thought, arms extended far beyond as if to clutch an invisible energy. Fingers closed save for the index and middle ones, the recognised sign for peace being shared to all who passed him by. An unintentional greeting, but a most welcome embrace, a promise of things to come.

Driving into the grounds the site itself really makes you pause. The grandness and volume of such a place is truly breathtaking. This is one mans work; one mans tribute to God. His love and desire to promote peace and love. A project that began back in the 1980's by Leonard Knight, painstakingly cared for to this day. 

The mountain itself is created with clay and adorned with numerous messages of love and praise. You'll also find it embellished with a number of paintings and sculptures like florals and waterfalls. Around the mountain various vehicles and trailers are dotted throughout, all enhanced with Leonards signature artwork and messages of hope. You are at liberty to wander and peruse the grounds, just make sure you stick to the yellow pathways and not off them. It was a little disappointing and saddening watching fellow tourists traipsing about freely, despite numerous signs directing and pleading for you to remain on the designated coloured path. At times it actually made me mad, how nonchalant and careless people were being. Treading on on areas with obvious signs of heavy paint erosion. 

The signs are there for a reason, to protect the mountain itself. 

Aside from the mountain there are various chamber like tombs to further explore. This section is located right beside it. There are three large catacomb like caverns to one side. Each with a different theme and all embellished with words and clippings from many visitors over the years. You could spend hours in each one, not just to admire Leonard Knights artwork and devotion but in examining all the small mementos and forget-me-nots that people have left behind. From business cards to photographs, programs and sharpie scribbles. Even old library cards and driver licenses. It was a place for hope and worship; for those who had lost someone or something. Who too wanted to contribute to Leonard's vision.

Sadly we'd forgotten to bring along a pen to inscribe our own initials and well wishes. I'd contemplated leaving behind my own business card but decided against it. For me, placing my own felt too impersonal and more like I was promoting myself. Not to say that others who had done the same had those intentions. It's just my white and grey design felt overly stark and detached.

To the opposite side of these three tombs lies another immense mound holding a vast array of thoroughfares. Upon entry you'll find the story behind the mountain and The Folk Art Society of America's recognition certificate; both framed and prized. There is no real starting point in here, you simply allow the Universe/God and your limbs to carry you through the tunnels of color and affection. Gradually making your way around.

The inner workings of these grottos are rather intricate with many a sight from the ground up and well into the sky where you find a maze of rainbow hued branches, entwined gracefully. There are some parts that feel as though you are amidst an art gallery, a point of interest encircled by colour. The complexity and elaborateness within the interior of this second mountain is fascinating. Every inch of space has been thought out and decorated accordingly. Every unconventional structural piece festooned with a flurry of colour. Each piece spotted with vibrant hues, creating a tangled web of artistic awe.

We we're fortunate to arrive when we did; being one of the first vehicles out of the long line of many. The dirt road seemed to slow many down, mostly those driving sedans. We managed to view the main attraction sans the cluster of tourists that soon followed. It was rather peaceful, especially when making your way to the top of Salvation Mountain. The view form a height gives you another appreciation for the work painted below, as well as a different perspective. From here that expression "feeling on top of the world" does not go astray. More than ever did I feel that personified.  

I'd strongly recommend Salvation Mountain to anyone willing to travel off the beaten track. It is ever so inspiring, regardless of religious beliefs or artistic inclinations. It is a place for young and old, even mans best friend. Yes, dogs (I presume) are welcome here (as I had mentioned previously here). I managed to squeeze in a cuddle with an adorably pint sized Jack Russell. His human family did not mind. Personally, I think he was attentive and sympathetic to my own inner yearnings for my fur baby. 

The whole experience of that day is one I am not likely to simply forget. From the mountain and it's messages of hope and love to the actual road itself. One I found to be rather charming and whimsical. This is the kind of Americana I'd been dreaming and writing about (here and here) for many a year now. Desert sands and tumble weeds alongside railway lines and locomotives, all encased within those bouldered giants perched along the horizon; the kind I had so come to admire and adore.

This post may have been slightly on the image heavy side but trying to find reasons to cull the majority of these photographs back proved to be too difficult a feat. This raw explosion of colour and true labour of love behind the mountain was something I fervently tried to document. As if in doing so I was able to capture a mere hint of Leonard's own tenacity and passion to transport back with me.

xoxo
Salvation mountain was a most profound experience. Not just creatively or artistically but also spiritually. It is a site, situated in the midst of desert sands and nothingness. A mound of intensive hues and stirringly heartening words. 

Praise to a higher being. Adoration for God with an enduring message of love.

I've never been someone you'd consider religious by any means. Especially as a child growing up I always felt rather uncomfortable and repelled being inside a church. And while I still feel slightly awkward inside a Catholic parish, the last few years have seen me adopt a path of spirituality and embracing the Universe/God. So venturing out to such a locale was celestially moving. 

There is such an acute sense of positive energy buzzing through every square inch. From the site itself to the rays of sunshine illuminating the spectrum of colour. To the gentle breeze that tickles and nuzzles exposed limbs. Even if religion or spirituality is not your thing, purely witnessing such a feat and creation in the physical is bound to impress, because the sheer devotion and love of one singular human being is magnificently evident in his labour of love.

The journey commenced on incredibly high spirits, despite the drive being a little confronting at times. To an untrained eye it is one of seemingly insipidness. One of aridity and the occasional dotting of palm trees. Don't get me wrong, the drive was very much enjoyable, despite my rather bleak description. I was simply in a state of eager anticipation, impatiently desperate to see a grand peak of opalescence in the horizon. But alas nothing but dusty browns and contrasting cerulean skies for miles. At times I wondered if perhaps my unreliable navigation system was leading us astray, as it had on many prior adventures. But the cacophony of vehicles ahead and behind ours lead me to believe that we we're travelling in the right direction.

And we were.

Excitement spikes suddenly as you traverse from a traditional road onto one of dirt. The journey shifts from velveteen to something resembling more of a jaunt at a theme park. The choppy and uneven road continues for some time until finally there it is, slowly developing from beyond the horizon. A maze of exhilarating vibrancy springing forth, assuring and promising sanctuary to those who seek it.


And as if the Universe had read my mind, like a stereotypical scene, a shirtless young male male with cascading dreadlocks appears on the side of the road, head arched to heavens, deep in thought, arms extended far beyond as if to clutch an invisible energy. Fingers closed save for the index and middle ones, the recognised sign for peace being shared to all who passed him by. An unintentional greeting, but a most welcome embrace, a promise of things to come.

Driving into the grounds the site itself really makes you pause. The grandness and volume of such a place is truly breathtaking. This is one mans work; one mans tribute to God. His love and desire to promote peace and love. A project that began back in the 1980's by Leonard Knight, painstakingly cared for to this day. 

The mountain itself is created with clay and adorned with numerous messages of love and praise. You'll also find it embellished with a number of paintings and sculptures like florals and waterfalls. Around the mountain various vehicles and trailers are dotted throughout, all enhanced with Leonards signature artwork and messages of hope. You are at liberty to wander and peruse the grounds, just make sure you stick to the yellow pathways and not off them. It was a little disappointing and saddening watching fellow tourists traipsing about freely, despite numerous signs directing and pleading for you to remain on the designated coloured path. At times it actually made me mad, how nonchalant and careless people were being. Treading on on areas with obvious signs of heavy paint erosion. 

The signs are there for a reason, to protect the mountain itself. 

Aside from the mountain there are various chamber like tombs to further explore. This section is located right beside it. There are three large catacomb like caverns to one side. Each with a different theme and all embellished with words and clippings from many visitors over the years. You could spend hours in each one, not just to admire Leonard Knights artwork and devotion but in examining all the small mementos and forget-me-nots that people have left behind. From business cards to photographs, programs and sharpie scribbles. Even old library cards and driver licenses. It was a place for hope and worship; for those who had lost someone or something. Who too wanted to contribute to Leonard's vision.

Sadly we'd forgotten to bring along a pen to inscribe our own initials and well wishes. I'd contemplated leaving behind my own business card but decided against it. For me, placing my own felt too impersonal and more like I was promoting myself. Not to say that others who had done the same had those intentions. It's just my white and grey design felt overly stark and detached.

To the opposite side of these three tombs lies another immense mound holding a vast array of thoroughfares. Upon entry you'll find the story behind the mountain and The Folk Art Society of America's recognition certificate; both framed and prized. There is no real starting point in here, you simply allow the Universe/God and your limbs to carry you through the tunnels of color and affection. Gradually making your way around.

The inner workings of these grottos are rather intricate with many a sight from the ground up and well into the sky where you find a maze of rainbow hued branches, entwined gracefully. There are some parts that feel as though you are amidst an art gallery, a point of interest encircled by colour. The complexity and elaborateness within the interior of this second mountain is fascinating. Every inch of space has been thought out and decorated accordingly. Every unconventional structural piece festooned with a flurry of colour. Each piece spotted with vibrant hues, creating a tangled web of artistic awe.

We we're fortunate to arrive when we did; being one of the first vehicles out of the long line of many. The dirt road seemed to slow many down, mostly those driving sedans. We managed to view the main attraction sans the cluster of tourists that soon followed. It was rather peaceful, especially when making your way to the top of Salvation Mountain. The view form a height gives you another appreciation for the work painted below, as well as a different perspective. From here that expression "feeling on top of the world" does not go astray. More than ever did I feel that personified.  

I'd strongly recommend Salvation Mountain to anyone willing to travel off the beaten track. It is ever so inspiring, regardless of religious beliefs or artistic inclinations. It is a place for young and old, even mans best friend. Yes, dogs (I presume) are welcome here (as I had mentioned previously here). I managed to squeeze in a cuddle with an adorably pint sized Jack Russell. His human family did not mind. Personally, I think he was attentive and sympathetic to my own inner yearnings for my fur baby. 

The whole experience of that day is one I am not likely to simply forget. From the mountain and it's messages of hope and love to the actual road itself. One I found to be rather charming and whimsical. This is the kind of Americana I'd been dreaming and writing about (here and here) for many a year now. Desert sands and tumble weeds alongside railway lines and locomotives, all encased within those bouldered giants perched along the horizon; the kind I had so come to admire and adore.

This post may have been slightly on the image heavy side but trying to find reasons to cull the majority of these photographs back proved to be too difficult a feat. This raw explosion of colour and true labour of love behind the mountain was something I fervently tried to document. As if in doing so I was able to capture a mere hint of Leonard's own tenacity and passion to transport back with me.

xoxo

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  1. Wow what an amazing looking place, I can totally understand why you were so inspired! xx

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  2. I loved all of the photos of this place Sonia! I've never been but have heard about it, never seen so much detail before though. It's a wonderful monument, and like you said a great work of art! Absolutely stunning in the photos so I can only imagine how much more in person.

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    1. I do hope you'll get a chance to visit it for yourself one day Mica xx

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  3. OMG, the place is a beauty & I never knew such a mountain exists dear! It's all very well captured. Btw, I've just fixed some issues with my email subscription widget. Would love to have you resubscribe via email if you haven't & do buzz me if you encounter any problems. Thanks & have a wonderful week, sweetie! xoxo

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    1. Yes it does, all the way out in the middle of the desert in southern California hehehe! Thank you for the kind words Shirley, I'll be sure to check it out xx

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  4. wow... spettacolare :)
    Chiara

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  5. never knew this place existed, it looks so amazing!! <3

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  6. Thanks a lot, my dear!!! I really think the same!

    So amazing place!!! I'm so excited to visit!!!
    Perfect photos as usual!

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  7. It is a beautiful amazing place to visit and feel at peace, I believe in a peaceful spiritual god which I never start my day without, just like you I were not expose to demands of religious I encounter and feel at peace. This is a place I will love to visit thanks for showing us the beauty and your experience.

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  8. Even if I'm not a religious person, I would still love to visit this place. I think it's incredible how devoted people can be and how they can create something amazing like this.

    -Leta | The Nerdy Me

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    1. Even if you're not religious, its still hard to not to be inspired at such a place xx

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  9. Beautiful place, great pics and wishing you made me come to leave! I just need a trip. :)
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  10. Such a beautiful and inspiring place. Thanks for sharing your experience, Sonia... might have never found out about this place otherwise.

    Have a great week!

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  11. must go here!! wow, never seen anything like this! God is love<3
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  12. I never knew such an inspiring and lively place existed <3 Love 4 real~ Thank u for sharing this with us

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  13. Wow, the Salvation mountain looks adorable! I have seen pics from that place but yours are truly outstanding, as well as the way you describe this place, S! I am an Orthodox Christian but as I am not really into religion, I wouldn't mind visit this place and feel its energy. It's one of America's must visit place!

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    1. Completely agree, a definite must see xx

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  14. Lovely post! Maybe we could follow each other on GFC and instagram @djonovic_milica? If yes, follow me and I follow back as soon as I see it.
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  15. Wow, what a beautiful place and pictures! I love the scenery :)

    Have an amazing week!
    Lots of love,
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  16. Such a beautiful post dear! I like this a lot.


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  17. I would love to visit Salvation Mountain one day, it is beautiful in so many ways. :)

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  18. Wow, this place looks incredible. It seems like a very intense experience, one of a kind. I like visiting unusual and original places, so maybe one day I'll enjoy those colourful sights :)
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    1. Very creatively intense but so worthwhile! xx

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  19. wow this place looks amazing..

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  20. These photos are stunning! Going to Cali in the summer so cannot wait to visit Salvation Mountain
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  21. I can feel the majesty of Salvation Mountain just from these photos alone so I can just imagine what an experience it must've been to see it person. Fab photos!

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  22. Amazing pictures.
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  23. I am stunned at the creative power and love in this post and images.
    I hope to visit it soon. Thank you for sharing such divinity.

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    1. I do hope you get to visit someday too xx

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  24. this is sooo cool!! i'd totally love to visit this spot! :D

    Have a great week!
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  25. What an incredible place! I've never even heard of it before. So awesome you got to visit

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  26. That mountain looks like its just been annointed with lotsa fresh paint! So incredible and amen to the beautiful works of God! I would wanna visit this magical mountain should the opportunity arises - thanks for sharing, Sonia :)

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    1. Ahh that would be trick photography and editing LOL. While it's still very vibrant in person, it was in need of a lick of paint here and there xx

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  27. This place is just so stunning! I haven't seen any picture of it yet that has not been totally amazing.

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  28. one of the coolest places i've ever been to. your pics turned out perfectly!!

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  29. So colourful. Love the photographs.

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  30. These photographs are so beautiful! I love all the color! Also, good call on the business card. I probably would have felt the same way if I were in your situation. I love things to be personal!

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  31. wow! love that I get to see so many different things I would never have seen around the world here on your blog! xx. gigi. www.gigikkitchen.com

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  32. wow! beautiful place!

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  33. WOW!!!! I am adding this one to my list- what an incredible artistic feat and it's so insane that one guy did all of this! I am not religious either, but I think that if i saw this, I would instantly feel really uplifted and inspired. What an incredible place to visit! That's so funny that you saw the guy with dreads, as this is what instantly comes to mind when you look at these lush hippy photos :)

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    1. It is pretty amazing, I hope you do get to see it one day. And yes that guy, ahhh, that was such a highlight. I wanted to pull over and give him a hug xx

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  34. Wow what an amazing place! Love your photos!

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  35. This place looks really amazing! Thank you for sharing!

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  36. These photos are absolutely gorgeous
    Can i ask if you use a filter or action for your photos - they look stunning
    xx

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    1. Thanks Lizzie, if I take a shot on my phone I use Afterlight to edit and I add a filter. Otherwise I just edit them through photoshop too xx

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  37. Oh well Sonia, I never knew about this before and Im pretty stunned. Must have been truly amazing being there, an inner and deep experience. Im trying to be more spiritual recently..of course I have my own ideas..but definitely this is a place where I wish to visit really soon. Hugs! xo

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  38. What a beautiful post, Sonia...not just the images but the prose as well. I've gone through phases in my life where I've felt lost, and it's my religion that have always brought me solace and peace in the end. Thank you for reminding me that there are places like this, outside of the church, where people can celebrate their spirituality.

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  39. this place looks so amazing

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  40. Wow such cool photos. Gemma x
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  41. Wow, I can't get over how colourful and bright everything is! Beautiful

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  42. Amazing!!!
    xxx
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  43. That is really amazing. This is the first time I've seen anything like this before and it's nice to discover/learn about new places.

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  44. I love your photos! I have to include this in my next California trip because it's just such a unique place. Thanks for sharing Sonia!

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    1. Yes, definitely make time for it Anouk. Especially if you return around the same time of year again. There should be far less people around (can't imagine how crazy it gets in the summer) xx

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  45. I love Salvation mountain! It's so beautiful there!

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  46. I had no idea this all was a one man's work, that is remarkable. His dedication to the Lord is obvious but what's more amazing is how much effort went into maintaining his work.

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  47. I had never heard or seen pictures of this place... how cool that you got to go.
    The photographs are sublime as is the sky of the Creator.

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  48. this is so so beautiful!! I hope I can go there one day! :)
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  49. I didn't know much about this place until now. It was nice to read about it, thanks for sharing your beautiful photos!

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  50. WOWW!!!I did not realize this was in California, what an incredible thing to see - I love all the colors and the heart and passion that goes into it... as well as how much it means to people. I love when a love for god intersects with art! thanks for sharing.

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  51. A shirtless young male male with cascading dreadlocks appears on the side of the road hee hee. This truly sounds amazing. My step family is coming to town in August and then they are going to the west coast I should tell them about this. Love your photos.

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    1. Hehehe that really did happen! It was so surreal at the time! xx

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  52. I really, really want to visit this place. Too bad I'm from the other side of the world. But I'll keep on dreaming. :)

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  53. Wish I could visit this place one day !
    I love the colours.
    It seems really spiritual and inspiring !
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  54. I hope I can visit the Salvation Mountains one of these days. Look at how beautiful the place is, woah! It's so spiritual and full. Lucky of you to have visited it <3

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  55. Seem like you spend lots of time travelling this year. Enjoy.

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    1. Not as much as I'd like Alk, but I made sure to make the most out of my time while in LA xx

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  56. All those colours! So so so beautiful! x

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  57. This is really stunning, I love colours and it is so nice to see so much of it, must of been brilliant to see first hand!

    Meme xx


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  58. What an amazing place! It's gorgeous- especially all the bright paint against the dessert. I'm so glad this place spoke to you; so cool when that happens. :)

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  59. Wow that looks like such an amazing place! I can imagine the energy feeling from it as you describe is incredible. These are such stunning photos and I loved the imagery I got from your writing. Beautiful post!
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  60. Oh wow! So beautiful !
    xoxo

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  61. You took so many great photos of it! I've heard a lot about Salvation Mountain, but never actually ventured there myself. It looks beautiful.

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  62. Amazing photos!

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