October 23, 2014

Dead Horse Point State Park, Utah

Photograph by Xie Jing, National Geographic Your Shot

Storm clouds gather over Utah's Dead Horse Point State Park, named for a herd of mustangs said to have died of thirst there. Nearly 200,000 people a year visit the park, situated between Arches and Canyonlands National Parks.

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