Fog Rolls Through
Snow fell across the American Southwest last week, leaving the high desert terrain under a blanket of white striped with bands of umber, orange, and vermillion…each mesa and butte displacing layers of snow high above the desert floor and each canyon falling away to reveal spectacular singular instances of colored vertical rock faces framed by the snow covered horizontal planes…Near Page, Arizona, fog rolls through the Paria Canyon.
Reblogged this on Escape By Travel and commented:
I don’t normally repost but I thought this was very cool. Looks like white powdered sugar on top of the canyon.
What a view!
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