Pendleton Feltbound Jacquard Throw | White Sands Tan
Shifting dunes of shining white crystal rise from the Tularosa Basin at New Mexico’s White Sands National Monument. Erosion from the surrounding mountains constantly replenishes the world's largest gypsum dune field, encompassing 275 square miles. During the day, the dunes shine white against the blue sky. At sunset, the sands glow with vibrant hues of twilight, while desert flora-yucca, cholla, rice grass and more - reach toward the last rays of the setting sun. Unnapped.