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Lynne Hardy is a Diné artist based in Provo, Utah, and runs an online business called Ajoobaa’sani, selling products inspired by her culture. This illustration depicts an Indigenous woman enjoying nature, symbolizing Indigenous people’s connection to the land. @ajoobaasani / ajoobaasani.com
Krystyna Gonzalez is based in New Mexico, spending her time off from working as a licensed mental health therapist taking landscape photos like this one. She loves to capture the beauty of her home state and encourage individuals to explore. This photo was captured on the east side of the Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument. @justakrys
The Orange Cliffs portion of Glen Canyon National Recreation Area in Utah is one of the most scenic areas of the Colorado Plateau region, as evidenced by this beautiful photo from long-time donor Steve Allen. A resident of Durango, Colorado, Steve is a widely known canyoneer and explorer of remote areas in the Southwest with several published guidebooks including Utah’s Canyon Country Place Names.