Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Light and Shade, Form and Substance

I have a hard time imagining how water, wind, sand and ice can create the variety of landforms in the deserts of Arizona and Utah. What I find interesting in this image is that the cliffs rise straight up to the overlying rock and the land in the foreground is relatively flat. The huge mesas just seem to spring straight up into the sky.

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