Snow Canyon State Park
Snow Canyon State Park is a state park of Utah, USA, featuring a canyon carved from the red and white Navajo sandstone in the Red Mountains. The park is located near Ivins, Utah and St. George in Washington County.
Angels Landing at Zion National Park
Angels Landing is a 1,488-foot tall rock formation in Zion National Park in southern Utah. The trail leading to the top is one of the most popular hikes in the park.
Weeping Rock at Zion National Park
Weeping Rock is an overhanging blind arch which “rains” every day of the year. The spring water seeping out of the rock 100 feet overhead takes nearly 1000 years to travel through the porous Navajo sandstone above.
Pulpit at Temple of Sinawava
The Pulpit is a freestanding sandstone column in the Temple of Sinawava at Zion National Park, Utah.
Checkerboard Mesa at Zion National Park
Checkerboard Mesa is in the canyonlands country of Zion National Park, Utah, part of the stable Colorado Plateaus geologic province.
Red Rock Coulee Natural Area
Red Rock Coulee Natural Area contains large red spherical sandstone concretions that have eroded out of the softer bedrock. It is located in south-eastern Alberta, Canada.
Cathedral Rock is a famous landmark on the Sedona, Arizona skyline, and is one of the most photographed sights in Arizona, USA
The Fire Wave at the Valley of Fire State Park
Valley of Fire State Park in Nevada, USA derives its name from red sandstone formations including unique Fire Wave.
Rock Formations in the Valley of Fire
The unique rock formations found at the Valley of Fire State Park in Nevada
Valley of Fire State Park
Valley of Fire State Park is the oldest state park in Nevada, USA which derives its name from red sandstone formations.
Rugged Landscape of the Alabama Hills
Alabama Hills are a hills and rock formations near the eastern slope of the Sierra Nevada Mountains west of Lone Pine, California
Heart Arch at the Alabama Hills
Heart Arch can be found high in the Alabama Hills west of Lone Pine, California
Mono Lake Tufas
Mono Lake is one of California’s most prominent photographic icons. The Tufas are dramatic rock spires protruding from the seabed.
Mono Lake is one of California’s most prominent photographic icons. The silhouttes of the Tufas protruding from the lake just before sunset.
Sand Tufas at Mono Lake
The delicate sand tufas on Navy Beach at Mono Lake, California
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