Arches National Park has long been one of my favorite locations in Utah to visit and photograph. There is just something about this place that draws me back to enjoy its’ natural wonders. Geologically speaking, it is a relatively young park undergoing constant change brought on by the natural forces of water, wind, and ice.
Formations such as the Pipe Organ are a spectacular site to witness as a tall thin monolith rising all alone from the desert floor.
On this particular morning, the sun was a little slow to make its’ presence known [blocked initially by some low lying clouds on the Eastern horizon], but once it did, it blanketed the scene in a soft glow and was well worth the wait.
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