This is in the Garden of Eden, but not part of the Parade of Elephants formations. Clearly to us it looks like an elephant.
One of the way cool things is how we go ga ga and think what a wonderful opportunity to photograph 'another rock' but Andy will keep walking. He knows that beyond where we are amazed at the composition is a much greater view that really blows our socks off. This was just one of about a half dozen times it happened this morning.
We commented on the formation - and I took a shot further to the right. But Andy kept walking until we had separation between the main formation and the small rocks on the right and the blue sky made it look even more elephant like with his trunk being the small rock.
More Arches October 27th 2008 Just a very quick update with a few images from this morning. We departed Moab at 7 am and found good light to shoot until 11 am or so. Came back for a bite of lunch and we'll head back out for our late afternoon 'golden light', sunset, and more star trails.
Thought I'd upload a couple of images I quickly worked on from the shoot this morning. I did a good number of shots bracketing exposure ... read more
North America » United States » Utah » Arches National Park Britain's American colonies broke with the mother country in 1776 and were recognized as the new nation of the United States of America following the Treaty of Paris in 1783. During the 19th and 20th centuries, 37 new states were added to the origina... ... read more
These are the voyages of Bruce and Chessy (my Chocolate Lab and faithful travel companion) in the SS Denison Bay and Ike. The SS Denison Bay is my Class A motorhome. Ike is my trusty Jeep Liberty Renegade which becomes my "Toad" behind the RV. On some trips Taz - my 2005 Miata Mazdaspeed travels with me on a car trailer.
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