Al, Coyote Buttes and The Wave at Vermilion Cliffs National Monument offer some intriguing sandstone rock formations, especially in the […]
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The Wave Revisited
It had been 3 years since I last won a lottery permit to visit The Wave at Vermilion Cliffs National […]
White Pocket- Part Three- Black and White
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White Pocket-Part Two
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White Pocket Is Simply Amazing. First Of 3 Posts.
I’ve been out there 4 or 5 times but the light approaching sunset was almost-perfect this time. White Pocket is […]
Some More Surreal Clay Bed Images
The location for these clay beds is very close to my formerly somewhat secret spot of colorful clay beds. […]
Frozen In Time- Vermilion Cliffs National Monument’s White Pocket
Constant erosion from wind and water over the last 200 million years have produced some sandstone oddities that are worth […]
This Ain’t No Ordinary Gulch!
Buckskin Gulch along the Arizona/Utah border is the longest slot canyon in the United States. I’ve never completed the whole […]
My Somewhat Secret Spot
My friend and fellow WP blogger Kelly Guymon and I visited the Coyote Buttes area Sunday along the Arizona/Utah border, […]
May Showers Bring June Flowers at South Coyote Buttes
I’ve been out to South Coyote Buttes 5 or 6 times but never experienced the blooming desert wildflowers on display. […]