Today, Capitol Reef National Park

I have taken about 99 pictures a day, more than I have in the last few years combined I bet. I love it, I see something I like and I take a shot. Some turn out, some don’t but I think it gives you an idea of this area of our country.

On the way to the park
The color variations fascinate me, the layers of rock as they are exposed by erosion.

Entrance to a slot canyon, named the Grand Wash.
Inside the wash where they let you drive to about here, only when weather is good.
Even photos through the windshield don’t look half bad.
This is on the way in or out of the area, it is a bureau of land management site that allows people to ride motorcycles, dune buggies on the mounds. With the erosion of other rocks in the area it looks like a bunch of sand waiting to be used in a concrete plant.

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