Joshua Tree, California.
California is well known for it's beaches, but I don't believe people really know it for its deserts and it's amazing sunsets. Just a little over two hours outside of Los Angeles is the Joshua Tree National Park. Although the orangish, pinky, and clear blue skied sunset and the idea of a desert may give the impression that Joshua Tree was warm, I can say with confidence that my fingers were about to freeze off from the chilled air. What is not shown here or in any photo that I have are the sights we saw after the sun had set. On our way driving deeper into the forest there was snow and it became considerably colder, hence my thick Primark Christmas jumper (don't even care :p), the Billabong beanie, and the Russian fur hat.
It seems like everyone was watching the sunset, including the moon!
Heba getting ready to leave this beautiful view in hopes to catch another just over the mountains. As a side note, I personally believe only amazing people drive Mini Coopers so I decided to snag one when I had the chance to do so.
That's the end of this blog post. I really enjoyed this day because it was spontaneous and I was so lucky to have had the chance to see that amazing sunset. California you have stolen my heart, but that's alright. I love you anyway. *proud moment*
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