Day 324: August, 15, 2005 - Jug Handle Arch

by Karen Williams
I have always loved the arch you can see in the background on the left of the photograph. It is appropriately named Jug Handle Arch, and it definately looks like the handle on a big souvenir mug. I have photographed it many times, but I like the way this particular scene captures the contrast between the red rock that forms the majority of the rock in this area and the glowing white rock of the mountain where the arch is found. We have hiked back in this area many times, trying to get a closer view of the arch, but have not found a good trail to that part of the park yet.

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