Lobo Arch Study 3
Lobo or Jacob Hamblin Arch in Coyote Gulch, Escalante, Utah. The immensity of the arch is impossible to describe... you would have to stand under it to feel the cathedral like presence of this breathtaking grotto. Explore Dec 25, 2009 #260 Please view on black And please visit my web site. photography.precisionartists.net/
Wahweap Hoodoos - Towers Of Silence
A congregation of impossibly white rock spires topped with reddish-brown capstones, are quickly becoming one of Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument’s most recognized formations. The hoodoos are generally described as three separate groupings—the White Hoodoo, Hoodoo Central, and the Towers of Silence. The three groups are separated by just a few miles and you can visit all three in one morning without a problem. There are two ways to reach the trio of hoodoo groupings. You can hike…
Jacob Hamblin Arch
Coolest arch I've ever seen. Hands down. Sometimes I come across things that I just don't know how to fit in the frame and still make it look clean because they're just so big. Jacob Hamblin arch was one of those things.
Photos of Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, Highway 12, Utah, Stock Photos
Stock photos of Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, Highway 12, Utah. Photos by Ron Niebrugge.
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Le Grand Staircase est ainsi nommé car ce massif fait justement penser à des marches d’escalier. Il est composé de plusieurs couches géologiques et de falaises successives. Les couleurs sont …
‘Lower Calf Creek Falls’ by Brian Hendricks
'Lower Calf Creek Falls' by Brian Hendricks. Lower Calf Creek Falls, Grand StaircaseEscalante National Monument, Utah There is a 6 mile round trip hike to get to these falls. It is well worth the hike. All images are © Brian Hendricks. ...
Sandstone Erosion | Fine Art Nature Photography by Leland D Howard
Utah, southern, sandstone formations with cap rocks that look something like toad stools in the toad stools trail area of the Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument. The so-called toadstool trail in southern Utah leads to some pretty fascinating and colorful sandstone formations. This is one the tallest "cap rocks" left balanced on a pinnacle as the softer stone around it eroded away over millions of years.