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I’ve been out there 4 or 5 times but the light approaching sunset was almost-perfect this time. White Pocket is an area in Vermilion Cliffs National Monument in Northern Arizona. It’s a difficult drive on sandy roads to get there, but well worth the struggle. One vehicle that only had 2-wheel drive got stuck in the sand and was only rescued when a Jeep Wrangler with a winch showed up and saved this couple a large towing bill.
From the last two weeks.
More natural looking scenes at Zion’s Kolob Terrace.
Zion National Parks’s Kolob Terrace area has some peculiar sandstone rock formations. The next post will show the sublime………
Storm clouds appear over Cathedral Valley at Capitol Reef National Park, Utah
Lake Powell has more shoreline than the United States’ entire Pacific Ocean Coastline. Approximately 2,200 miles of it. Pictured here are only a few miles of it but it’s pretty cool. The lake’s water level changes throughout the year as its primary source, the Colorado River, provides more water via snow melt in the Rockies.
The heavy snow last week turned rural Southern Utah into a winter wonderland.
With a foot or two of fresh snow, Bryce Canyon National Park was a required venture. The hoodoos never looked better. The weather forecast called for a high of 20 degrees(F) with a windchill of minus 22, so I quickly took care of business.