We’re back to the US for this week’s wallpaper. It’s a place most Americans can immediately identify, but few have actually seen in real life: Monument Valley. The backdrop for a zillion classic western movies, this vast sweep of land sits on the border of Utah and Arizona, in an area so remote that visitors really have to make a point of going. You don’t pass it on the way to somewhere else, unless you’re going on the Grand Circle tour of the big southwestern national parks.
For a three-minute view of one of America’s most iconic valleys, check out this National Geographic short. The music is a little obnoxious, but the scenery will knock you out. Watch it full screen.
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