Day 323: August 14. 2005 - Wet Rock


by Karen Williams
This wet rock looks more like sand with its interesting waves and curves.


by Karen Williams
This entire area is covered with interesting rock formations, that all appear to be parts of old sand dunes permanantly frozen in their windblown shape.

Zion is a wonderful place to explore in the immediate minutes
following a rain storm as the sun comes back out again. The wet rock
glimmers in the sun light, and is rich with textures, shadows, and
colors. These sections of sandstone wall would otherwise have been
unnoticeable to me on a dry afternoon.

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