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Rainbow Bridge National monument


The Rainbow Bridge National Monument is the world’s largest “natural bridge”, formed by a meandering watercourse.

It is administered by Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, southern Utah, USA. 

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Photo credit: Dungeon Canyon by Eliot Porter

“Past these towering monuments, past these mounded billows of orange sandstone, past these oak-set glens, past these fern-decked alcoves, past these mural curves, we glide hour after hour, stopping now and then, as out attention is arrested by some new wonder.”
— John Wesley Powell, 1869


Mounds & Monuments

Photo credit: Rainbow Bridge, by Eliot Porter

“On the walls, and back many miles into the country, numbers of monument-shaped buttes are observed.  So we have a curious ensemble of wonderful features — carved walls, royal arches, glens, alcove gulches, mounds and monuments.   20 more words


Nature | A Symphony In Stone

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Randy | Photos and The Pictures Show

My first image taken in Labyrinth Canyon, accessed via Lake Powell. 44 more words


Antelope Canyons and Horseshoe Bend

2 days. Thanksgiving weekend, 2014.

Be ready to be amazed by what you see – the only magician here is the sun, working its magic on the Navajo Sandstone of the canyons. 375 more words


Colorado River

Colorado River below the Glen Canyon Dam, Arizona– May 2015

I was enjoying my camp on Lake Powell in Utah very much but I’m really a river person at heart. 1,208 more words