Cliff Detail above the Emerald Pools, Zion National Park
The stark blues and whites from the water and minerals seeping out of the red sandstone really looks powerful in the late afternoons after the cliffs are in the shadows near the Emerald Pools in Zion National Park
The blue tones of this morning shot in White Pocket near the Arizona, Utah border really makes the reds and oranges in the sandstone really pop and accentuate all the truly bizzare textures in the stone.
One of the things that sticks out the most of the White Pocket area in Arizona is the varying layers of sandstone and how they seem to have been violently mixed together like they went through a mixer. In many parts of this area you'll see these layers topped with what looks like a white 'cobblestone-like' layer seen here in the foreground.
It makes for some very dramatic images and quite a sight to see in person.