Arches National Park

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Sandstone FormationSandstone Formation (09/28/2004) Sandstone Formation in Arches.

Sandstone WallsSandstone Walls (09/28/2004) Sandstone walls in the Devil's Garden.

Sandstone FormationsSandstone Formations (09/28/2004) Sandtone formations in the Devil's Garden.

Entrada TowersEntrada Towers (09/28/2004) Sandstone formation at the Devil's Garden Trailhead.

Balanced RockBalanced Rock (09/28/2004) Balanced Rock in Arches National Park.

Balanced RockBalanced Rock (09/28/2004) Balanced Rock in Arches National Park framing a near full moon.

La Sal MountainsLa Sal Mountains (09/28/2004) The La Sal Mountains can be seen in the distance over a large field of Utah Slickrock in Arches National Park.

Arches National ParkArches National Park (09/28/2004)

Entrada FormationsEntrada Formations (09/28/2004)

Moonflower CanyonMoonflower Canyon (09/28/2004)

South Window ArchSouth Window Arch (09/28/2004) South Windows Arch in Arches National Park

Serious AlcoveSerious Alcove (09/28/2004) An alcove in the Entrada Sandstone near South Window arch.

EntradaEntrada (09/28/2004) A mass of Entrada Sandstone. You can make out some of the arches. I believe that's double arch on the left side of the formation.

Entrada TowerEntrada Tower (09/28/2004) Entrada formations near the Windows.

Arches Ntional ParkArches Ntional Park (09/28/2004)

Back Lit ArchBack Lit Arch (09/28/2004) Picture of Turret Arch highlights the peeling film on the cover of my camera's lens.

Wedding PartyWedding Party (09/28/2004) A wedding party/photography session in Arches National Park. Many locals have found the National Park is the perfect backdrop for portraits.

Arches National ParkArches National Park (09/28/2004)

The WindowsThe Windows (09/28/2004) The Windows in Arches National Park.

Desert LandscapeDesert Landscape (09/28/2004) The desert landscape with the towering La Sal mountains in the distance.

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Arches National Park

Arches National Park in South Eastern Utah is a photographer's paradise. Everywhere you turn you will find new and wonderous formations. The subtle lighting of the desert and changing of the seasons guarantee that each trip through the park will provide new insight and photo opportunities. A true photographer could spend a life time examining the light in this small paradise.

Here I present a quick walk through the Park, and I encourage anyone wishing to undertand the desert to stop in Moab and to spend at least one day exploring Arches National Park.

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Context: Desert

Devils Garden (60 pictures) The Devils Garden Trail is a popular hike in Arches National Park.

Moab, Utah (138 pictures) Moab is just south of Arches National Park on Highway 191. If you plan on visiting Arches, you should plan a stay in this desert oasis.

Colorado River (96 pictures) Arches National Park is just north of the Colorado River. The Colorado River plays a fundamental role in the erosion process which exposed the park.

Grand Junction, Colorado (95 pictures) Grand Junction is the closest metropolitan area to Arches.

Granstaff Canyon (14 pictures) Negro Bill's Canyon is south of Arches National Park (across the Colorado River). The trail goes through terrain similar to Arches.

Sevenmile Canyon (31 pictures) Sevenmile Canyon is due West of Arches (on the road to Canyonlands and Dead Horse Point).

Corona Arch Trail (31 pictures) The Corona Arch Trail (down the Colorado River) features several arches in the Navajo Sandstone layer.

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