Weekly Photo Challenge:Distorted
Friends, when i hear the word, distorted, i immediately think of the sandstone formations throughout the western US, where wind and water have carved holes in the rock. These small holes in red rock sandstone were found in sinagua country south and east of the Grand Canyon, the very large hole eroded by wind and water. I love the textures both small and large that are still being carved, as we stand in the wind taking the photos. Larger forces at work than mere humans. til Tomorrow MJ
Posted on March 4, 2012, in Uncategorized and tagged Grand Canyon, mjspringett, outdoors, photography, postaday, red rock, Sinagua. Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.
like the texture in this
I love the red rock country of the Southwest. Sunsets make for the most vibrant reds on the surrounding landscapes. I had to pick up my jaw off the ground when I saw the sunset’s effects on the rocks around Sedona, Arizona several years back. Wow!
Please feel free to drop by and view my interpretation of Distorted:
larger forces indeed! nice image mj
Great capture…never know when they will be gone.
Great shot MJ….