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Erosion accentuates the fine layers in sandstone, derived from marine deposits (Cedar Mesa Sandstone) in the bottom of Elephant Canyon, Needles District of Canyonlands.

I opted for a more steely cool tone for this B&W, although my house mate disagreed and liked the more natural B&W look over either cooler or warmer tones.

Tags:   sandstone Cedar Mesa Formation Needles District Canyonlands National Park black and white Elephant Canyon landscape abstract Utah

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A mix of cloud types stream over Chesler Park, Needles District of Canyonlands, just after sunrise. Clouds on the horizon to the east negated any sky color at sunrise, but first light provided some nice depth to the sky once the sun broke through.

Tags:   Chesler Park Canyonlands National Park Needles District morning light Utah public land for public use

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Narcissus (courtesy of a flower bed in front of the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research, sponsored by the National Science Foundation) blooming a bit early thanks to over a week of well above average temperatures. Winter is scheduled to make a return for the weekend.

Tags:   spring daffodils Boulder Colorado University Corporation for Atmospheric Research global warming is not a hoax bokeh

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Early morning reflection of a rock needle above Elephant Canyon in the Needles District of Canyonlands National Park. (#4)

Tags:   Canyonlands National Park Elephant Canyon Needles District Utah public land for public use

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Looking like a vortex to the netherworld, a wave cloud rolling off the Henry Mountains catches the low sunlight at sunset. This is approximately a 120° view, a 5 shot stich, incorporating about 30% of the sky. We're looking out of Chesler Park in the Needles District of Canyonlands NP into the Maze District on the horizon. I believe this ranks with the most beautiful sunsets I've had the fortune to experience. Sometimes you get really lucky....

Thanks very much for you views, favs, and comments

Tags:   sunset Canyonlands National Park Needles District Chesler Park Utah Colorado Plateau public land for public use


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