Waterfall from a crevice

By: Fragile Prints

Jul 17 2011

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Category: USA, Utah, Zion NP


Focal Length:6.2mm
Shutter:1/0 sec
Camera:Canon PowerShot SD790 IS

Water is a great architect and an artist..”

The soft sandstone can be easily ground, Once the water that creeps into this sandstone reach a hard rock say Granite, it will try and flow through a different path. This effect has happened here, the water after reaching a hardrock went sideways and became this majestic waterfall.

Artistry and Architecture side by side..


17 comments on “Waterfall from a crevice”

  1. beauty!

  2. Did you take all these pictures yourself?
    are you a photographer or traveler or both?

    • I travel and click pictures, I travel and I want to conserve, I travel and I want to enjoy outdoors, I travel and I want to protect nature, I travel and I want to educate people. and much more, I am a traveler

  3. Zions…beautiful. Have you been to San Rafael Swell…?
    I must say it is wonderful that you are speaking of protecting nature and leaving it as it was when we arrive…perhaps even better.
    smiles, Raven

    • Yes, I have been to that region but in haste, Thanks for checking out the importance of sustaining nature and not just pictures. 😀 I draw inspiration from people like you.

  4. Hi! I discovered your blog from Freshly Pressed! I so enjoyed your picture from Zion National Park. I was just there exploring the slot canyons, the emerald pools, Angel’s landing etc.. with my family in June. Your photos are amazing! I have some photos that I plan to post on my garden blog as natural inspiration but they are definitely not the quality of yours! Very beautiful work!

  5. Awesome…No words can describe the beauty of this shot.

  6. Serene beauty, lovely capture!! 🙂

  7. Reminds me of my childhood in Meghalaya, the Abode of Clouds.

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