Like Tendrils into the High Plains

Like Tendrils into the High Plains

The inlets and gorges that etch Lake Powell into the landscape spread and contort as they grasp the surrounding earth. Then like tendrils into the high plains that surround the lake, they reach and pull us into the canyons to the south as our eyes follow the ridges twisting their way toward the aerial horizon. These same lines seem to pin Navajo Mountain to the scene as if made cling to the earth by its colorful roots.

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