Psychedelic bands of sedimentary stone in a dry wash, Valley of Fire, Nevada. I'm honored to announce that this image just won the Art in Nature award in the Nature's Best Windland Smith Rice International Awards. It will be part of an exhibit in the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History in Washington DC in 2013.
Blue Cheer was a psychedelic band in the 60s-70s. Their loud blues-rock style bordered on heavy metal and is considered to be the pioneer of that genre, as well as punk rock and grunge. The name “Blue Cheer” stems from a street brand of LSD that was created by Grateful Dead soundman (and LSD chemist), Owsley Stanley. Artists: Bob Schnepf Thomas Weir