Mrs. Krach and I hiked into the Grand Wash area of Capitol Reef National Park ... and made it into the Narrows section. The 14mm prime lens was a fine choice here for this hike, allowing for some neat perspectives I think. The section of rock to the right here has been undercut by the water flow and appeared to go about 20 feet back into the rock along this narrow section where the velocity would be kicked higher during heavy rains.
I was very careful stepping on some rocks to get to this pristine section of the desert. The soil there is alive, and takes many years to get to this state ... so not stepping on it is quite important. I really liked this pristine view of the earth there leading into the wall of the Reef there in Utah.
This view was via one of the back dirt roads there in the park.