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.
Our first full day in Moab/Arches National Park brought the beginning of what would be three days of rain. This formation was just the beginning of it. What caught my eye with this image was the repetition of shapes of the sandstones in the forming thunderclouds.