Arches National Park outside Moab, Utah, features so many striking sandstone rock formations that it’s almost hard to believe that they all formed naturally in this place – and aren’t a collection gathered from different locations to create this park. Of course, they are all natural formations continuously changing over time.
During a three-day visit to Utah in April, I took pictures of the formation at various times of day and was astonished how the rocks and landscape appeared so differently depending on the lighting conditions. This is a collection of some of my favorite photos from that visit. Originally, I intended to scan in some of the analog photos I took at Arches National Park in 2002, when we had the park pretty much to ourselves in February. Alas, this post is long overdue and I still haven’t gotten the scanner to work again.