For more information than you probably ever wanted to know, here's a link to a "virtual tour" of the MOAB FAULT
I know most of you won't care, but my friend Ann will. So ...
NOTE TO ANN: When you click over to the link, notice the graphic of the layers of rock and a "you are here" notation. (It's the 7th or 8th image down, depending on how you count.) That's actually where I was when I took the picture, but I was facing south, and the graphic assumes you're facing north. The whole thing is fascinating, but I thought you'd get a kick out of knowing just where I was when I took the picture. :)
May 15, 2013 9:05:12 pmby RodS Online Now! Homepage »
That's an amazing capture, Tara! And what a fantastic almost Martian looking landscape... I'll have to go check out that link!
We had a wonderful time with you and Bill, and are looking forward to your next visit – hopefully soon! Hugs to you both from Jo and me! :-)
May 15, 2013 11:10:54 pmby Blush Homepage »
just commented on your hubby's pic i was more into flowers....mountains.....hills;....& caves..........
His imagery was one of machinery............and old tank I call them.......nice if you like it....not my cup of tea....I much more am into something like this..........LOL
May 16, 2013 12:36:06 amby Chipka Homepage »
This is beyond amazing, but then it's the Moab region, which is so completely under-recognized in the sheer intensity of its visual stunning-ness. This is an area I must visit at some point, sooner rather than later, and I absolutely love the shapes of those rocks, the dramatic sky, and flashbacks to that cult-classic movie these shots remind me of...this is brilliant!