Paria Canyon - The Wave
Pictures of amazing colored Rock Strata. Images of The Wave found among the Coyote Buttes in Paria Canyon in southern Utah and Northern Arizona.
December 31, 2008
From near the town of Marysvale looking north towardBig Rock Ca
This is seen along the trail to the Wave (This is looking back t
Looking southeast toward Top Rock Mesa. Straight ahead lies The
Top Rock Mesa. The giant crevice in the center guides you toward
An arch above the Wave
A mushroom hoodoo found above the Wave.
This is near the final approach to the Wave
Sine waves of time, undulating in a frozen dance.
The Wave is just a small section within the Coyote Buttes.
This is an excellent example of rythmic layering.
More patterned stratification.Some people don't beleive that the
Looks like a strange latex rubber layer stretched over the rock.
Time+ Water+ Wind + Sandstone = Organic Art
The Wave with a smidgen of snow.
Wave turbulance frozen in time.
Follow the corridor to the Sun.
Standing waves of sound recorded in sand.
Demonic images found within the strata.
The Big Wave, it looks like a giant peice of wood.
A close up of the giant mesa walls behind the Wave.Reminds me of
The division between new and old.
The giant mesa behind the Wave.
The actual Wave with snow on it's south facing walls.
Ancient Maps of Time.
A story is written here, it tells of wind, rain, snow and eons o
Above the Wave are more gnarled rock structures.
Beautiful yet alien looking hoodoo mounds.
Firey wisps and broken scales of ancient sandstone.
Warped and distorted petrifed skin.Visit the BLM's Website to ge
Looking north toward Scott Hill, AKA Mickey Mouse Hill.There is
Gray and yellow sine waves caused by the vibration of moving air
Mount Superior, Monte Cristo and two unnamed peaks on Cottonwood
Sinusoidal waves carved through rock by water, wind and time.
There should be a Leprechaun right about .... there. An inter
Bridal Veil Falls. There were a couple kids hiking around the ba
The Alpine Ridge and the mighty Pfeifferhorn.Look at the waves i
Mount Olympus and Lone Peak. In the foreground are two 40' micro
Gigantic sine wave
Along the ridge looking north down the Hogum Divide 10,515notice
Stop and look at this one.
Matt Oswald and his dog, Raven. Stop and look at this one. I
Twin Lakes looking toward Mount Wolverine
Sinusoidal Erosion Patterns
Sea floor ripples
The Oquirrh Mountains Views of Lone Peak as the sun sets.
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