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Arches National Park

A dramatic sunset in Arches National Park.
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Snowy Pines at Emerald Pools

I was fortunate enough to go hiking to Emerald pools after a major snow storm. I was unfortunate enough that after this point the trail was closed due to dangerous ice and fallen trees. Still a beautiful day.
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Mojave Christmas Tree

A Joshua Tree wakes up on Christmas Morning to a Snowy Surprise
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Virgin River Gorge Joshua Trees

I was lucky to catch the last rays of sunlight on these Joshua Trees before the whole valley was in shadow.
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Zion Bonsai Pine

A nice sunset at one of Zion's most famous hoodoos.
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Winter Lodge View

Winter Cottonwoods contrast at Zion's Lodge with shady canyon walls.

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Borrego Mud Wash

This wide desert wash serves as a road that passes through Split Mountain.

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High Desert Rains

Rains pass by on the edge of the Colorado Plateau.

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Sci Fi Stone Wall

I don't know why but certain rock formations remind me of sci fi settings. There's one in another part of Zion that has recently earned the moniker "Center of the Universe" and we used to call some rock formations in the Henry Mountains "Future Rocks"
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Fault Rupture

A large block of rock strata sinks into the Virgin River Gorge

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Kanarraville Creek

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Snow Canyon Stream

When there is a good rain in Snow Canyon frequent visitors discover streams they never knew about.

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The West Temple

This is one of my all time favorite icons of rock anywhere in the world. Visible from nearly everywhere, and immediately recognizable, i've used it countless times over the years to get my bearings or just admire it's beauty.
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Snowy Junipers Above Dry Canyons

A freak April snowstorm dumped about 6 inches of snow on the Islands in the Sky District while the White Terrace remained dry.
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Upper Kanarraville Falls

The upper falls has only one rope and requires climbing up a slippery log with a few awkward hand grips. You could get hurt so it's a good turning around point. Also, this point is past most of the narrows.
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Cave Valley Hoodoo

Another notable Hoodoo in Cave Valley. Since this picture was taken it's possible this land was part of a parcel sold to a private individual, and no longer belongs to the public.
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Stone Basin

A huge stone basin full of mesmerising cross bedding and virtually free of vegetation.
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LIttle Finland

Also called Red Springs because there is a real oasis nearby, the crazy rock formations are so high in detail they are reminiscent of the coastline of Finland.
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La Verkin Valley

Storms pass down in front of Pine Mountain.
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The River More Ancient than Epochs

Another one of my favorite views, of all the places i've been. The Green River, far older than the Colorado or any of these Canyons, meanders through a perfect set of curves in a vast desolate landscape called Canyonlands. Beyond the canyons the Henry Mountains remind me of where i spent so many afternoons escaping the heat of the desert and exploring old mines.

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Springdale Winter Cliffs

Cliffs of Zion adorned with a fresh coat of snow

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Cave Valley

A fall day in Cave Valley on the Kolob Terrace

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Center of the Universe

I had been up to this cool white pass in Zion years ago, and found out that more recently a park employee, like i used to be, had also discovered it and told people it was like the "center of the universe". I agree as far as it seems to be another of those areas with a science fiction feel to it. It made me think of distant futures.
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Fonts Point

Fonts Point is Anza Borrego State Park is an amazing badlands area of formerly undersea delta sediments. It's full of fossils too.
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Stone Waves

Stone carved by water begins to take on the appearance of water in the form of waves on a rough sea.
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Bryce Canyon Panorama

I don't like to get up before dawn, but Bryce is one of few places i've been where it's worth it to see the sunrise.
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Smith Rock State Park

A hiker enjoys a stroll in Smith Rock State Park, Oregon.
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Turret Arch

Turret Arch at sunset

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This is what is what distracted me that first trip. I was fascinated by the tilting block of strata in the distance on the right. Later I noticed it from the drive through the road and I decided it had to have a good view if I could climb up there.
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Red Butte Wilderness

There are no trails in the Red Butte Wilderness but there are a limitless number of Manzanita Bushes.
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Snow Wedge Under The Throne

Looks like an avalanche was wedged apart on The Great White Throne
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Snow on No-Mans Land

High up in no-man’s land the sun is making quick work of exposed slopes

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Zion’s High Wildlands

My favorite places in the world are in Zion's wild highlands and high wildlands. It reminds me at times of exploring the stone version of a glacier.
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Sunset Arches

Sunlight streams through arches and illuminates pillars of Arches National Park
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The Wing

This is one of my favorite secret places to enjoy in Utah. So far it's in fairly pristine condition, so i can't reveal it's location.

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Cascades of Kanarraville

In a more open area of Kanarraville canyon the creek cascades down a series of ledges.
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Island in the Stormy Sky

The island in the Sky District of Canyonlands offers sweeping vistas.
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Cinder Cone and Red Cliffs

One of many small volcanoes that ruined much of the Colorado Plateau as recently as 900 years ago.
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Virgin River Gorge

The Virgin River Gorge is a highly underrated canyon of the American West.
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Hoodoos To Red Butte

A maze of colorful sandstone hoodoos point the way to Red Butte
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Permian Desert

Primitive forms and highly faulted, dynamic geology from the Permian Age are building blocks of the Virgin River Gorge.
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Mormon Mountains from the Beaver Dams

Looking towards the Mormon Mountains from the slopes of the Beaver Dams. Until a fire burned it down a few years ago there was a thick Joshua Tree Forest here on these slopes.
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Kanarraville Narrows

Kanarraville Creek is much smaller than the Virgin River but shares nearby headwaters and cuts through some of the same rock.

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West Canyon Panorama

A panoramic vista above the Subway. This image prints well.
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Beaver Dam Mountains

A high valley in the Beaver Damns
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Projecting Fault

A verdant desert world
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Red Mountain Twighlight

Red Mountain, which is actually an escarpment rather than a mountain, as viewed from the Beaver Dam Mountains at dusk.
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Tuff Towers

Tuffa Towers at sunset in Mono Lake, California.

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Ivins

Ivins used to be an agricultural community with dirt roads until as late as 2006. This is one of the last remaining fields on a spring morning.
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Zion’s Kolob

The Kolob area of Zion National Park has it's own distinct look compared to the rest of the park.
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Cross Seam

A striking seam of cross bedding.
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West Desert Pyramids

After a storm three distinctive peaks in the Great Basin Desert stick up into the sunlight.
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Mt. Bangs and the Virgin Mountains

As seen from Red Pockets
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Secret Arch

i found this arch in the back of a hidden, little known canyon. I don't see a name for it or any sign of it in the Arch Database, so i might get to name it unless someone tells me what the name is.
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In Kannaraville

Guiding lines in canyon walls lead towards a sunny spot in the trees
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Left Hand of Kolob

Zion's Kolob is known for it's 5 "Finger" Canyons. These finger canyons must be part of the other hand.
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Dragon’s Tail

Mud Patterns in a dwindling stream in Zion resemble the pattern of a large reptile.
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Gateway to Kolob

The rock strata of The Kilob seem to tilt more and more as they get closer to the nearby fault line that separates the Mojave, Colorado Plateau, and Great Basin Deserts.

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Beaver Dam Mountains

Sunlight rolls off the backs of the hills where cattle roam just about everywhere. The Beaver Dams can be a nice escape from the heat for certain times of the year. In the middle of summer, they are just about as hot as anywhere else.

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The Great White Throne

A cloak of snow makes the Great White Throne loom more like the Great Yellow Throne.

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Snow Canyon Rain

Plants in Snow Canyon suck up the water where it collects between rocks.
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Turret After Sunset

People climb all over Turret Arch just after sunset.
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Glistening Creek

Sunlight shimmers on the water after it emerges from a dark canyon.
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Edge of Kolob

The edge of the Kolob Terrace where it drops away to Smith Mesa

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