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Posted By: Bob Harris, 09-16-2012, 11:59 AM

Wind and Water have quite an effect upon sandstone

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This is an other extraordinary shot Bob. Incredible landscape, wonderful photo from a very talented photographer.
Tess, we spend a lot of time in lime and sandstone territory as we tour around in the motorhome. I am always amazed at the shapes, formations and colors that are created. Today we visited Kolob Canyon in Utah and looking at the sandstone strata I could actually tell that an earthquake had occurred in this region. So much to be learned from our Earth and the most important thing is to get out and take advantage of what is offered. Thanks so much for the kind words, they are always appreciated.

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Well done Bob.

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Thank you Shane, really glad you enjoyed the thread. Bob
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A very interesting look there Bob well taken.--charliezap
thanks so much Charlie, this Zion area is full of surprises like this, glad you enjoyed the shot here.
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Beautiful shot!! The colour definitely adds so much here so I would leave it like this.
I have found my biggest fault is over editing, yes I will leave it alone, hard to improve on nature.

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Fantastic textures in teh sandstone Bob. Keep them coming.
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Fantastic textures in teh sandstone Bob. Keep them coming.
very interesting area Susan, worth the trip for sure. thanks Bob
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