Truly … totally rocks!
ARCHES NATIONAL PARK, Moab, Utah
Did I tell it the way it is or not!
© A. Mac/A.G.
Best View at this Link
Hey yo!, Adrian … it's Rocky …
We actually live about 3 or 4 hours from there. Last visited a couple years ago. Aweosme place.
Glad to see you!!!
Glad to see you as well!
You have been missed, dear friend... Please come back to see us more often!
Dear Friend A. Mac: Moabites One, Flatlands Zero.
P.S. Ruth was a Moabite Woman.
Give her a Gruss (Say hi for me).
Interesting … the biblical origin … the Native American name origin essentially means "mosquito".
NOTE: We are still in a legal battle over the wind turbines in the Poconos; hopefully it will be resolved and the we can plan the autumn hiking, fishing, photography get together.
Another beauty, Mac.
So Cool, thanks A Mac!
It would be interesting to know what people see when looking at that rock "sculpture" - sort of a Roasarch (sp?) test.
The term applied for the perception of various ideas and images people may see in a work of art or, in this case, a rock formation, is POLY-REFERENTIAL.
OH my! You know how much I love rocks... This one is fantastic! Amazing what wind and sand can do... Your pictures are so good, I feel as if I were there-- and thank you! (If it is up to me to drive out there, I'll never see it...)
You know, what amazes me, is that there are hard places and softer places in the same rock... Differential lithology, maybe differences in the interstitial materials... Truly fascinating!
GREAT picture and thanks!!!
Natures cathedrals are much much more beautiful and testamental than any stone building man can create....
Truly a great creators handiwork there...
Wonderful image brother...
I'm jealous of those tiny little people making their way up to it's awesomeness. Makes me what to take a "ROAD TRIP". I probably have that on my mind because of Lady Dowser's recent adventure. Wonderfully inspiring - thanks Mac!