Neff Canyon Arch (10/27/2010) There is a tiny arch atop this limestone outcrop in Neff Canyon. I suspect the arch is manmade. A dusting of snow helps bring out this feature.
Pine Tree Arch (10/15/2005) Pine Tree Arch along the Devil's Garden Trail.
Jug Handle Arch (10/15/2005) Jug Handle Arch is viewable from the Potash Road.
Jug Handle Arch (10/15/2005) Juggle Handle Arch from the Potash Road South West of Moab.
Corona Arch (10/15/2005) First view of Corona Arch.
Corona Arch (10/15/2005) Due to time constains, the group turned around here.
Arches National Park (09/28/2004)
Pine Tree Arch (09/28/2004) Pine Tree Arch on the Devil's Garden Trail in Arches National Park.
Tunnel Arch (09/28/2004) Tunnel Arch in the Devil's Playground area of Arches National Park.
Arches Ntional Park (09/28/2004)
The Windows (09/28/2004) The Windows in Arches National Park.
Turret Arch (09/28/2004) An interesting double arch.
Arches Trail (09/28/2004) Trail leading to the South Window.
Delicate Arch (09/28/2004) Delicate Arch stands overlooking a rather steep cliff.
Delicate Arch (09/28/2004) Delicate Arch in Arches National Park.
Partition Arch (10/15/2005) The two partitions of Partition Arch.
Navajo Arch (10/15/2005) Navajo Arch in Arches National Monument.
Goldbar Arch (10/15/2005) Goldbar Arch viewed from the Corona Trail.
Bowtie Arch and Hanging Gardens (10/15/2005) There is a beautiful hanging gardens below Bowtie Arch.
Landscape Arch (09/28/2004) Landscape Arch in Arches National Park.
Arches National Monument (10/15/2005) As I recall, this is Pine Tree Arch from a distance.
Wall Arch (10/15/2005) Wall Arch in Arches National Monument.
Partition Arch (10/15/2005) Partition Arch is a double arch. There is a person peaking through the side window.
Sewing Machine Arch (09/02/2002) In Desolation Canyon on the Green River.
Sewing Maching Arch (09/02/2002) A final backlit view of the arch.
There are few things more spectacular and worthy of a photograph than an natural arch or bridge. Natural arches and bridges are supported spans of rock created by erosion.
Natural Arches are generally caused by wind erosion. Natural bridges are formed through water erosion.
Corona Arch Trail
(31 pictures) Corona Arch Trail features three arches in the Navajo Sandstone formation. The trail displays a variety of alcoves and other interesting formations.
Arches National Park
(151 pictures) Arches National Park near Moab has the largest concentration of Arches anywhere in the world. These arches were formed in fins of Entrada Sandstone.
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