Apache jasper is called a scenic or picture jasper. But it is actually a rhyolite found in New Mexico. It's found in an area called Mimbres Valley. This material has also been called Mimbers Valley jasper. The cactus like figures and hills in this material seem to depict the deserts of the legendary old west. The shades of maroon and dusty pink are often seen in evening photos taken in the deserts of the southwest.