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Saturday, January 11, 2014

Arches: Several Arches & Fiery Furnace

Continuing with photos from Arches National Park on September 24...

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Double Arch
For perspective, see if you can spot the people under the arch.

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North Window Arch
Again, the people lend perspective.

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Turret Arch

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Doug and I at South Window Arch

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North Window (left) and South Window (right) as seen from trail to Turret Arch

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A rock formation and LaSal Mountains, from Turret Arch

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Fiery Furnace

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Fiery Furnace

The Fiery Furnace area is so named because of it's glowing red color when lit by the setting sun.

There's so much to see at Arches that it will take yet another post to wrap up our visit there.


20 comments:

  1. Beautiful photos, Linda!
    That you have a happy weekend.

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  2. Hi Linda. Wonderful rock formation and different shapes with snow capped mountains behind. Great shots of them.

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  3. fiery furnace sounds nice and warm right now. :) love the windows! very cool!

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  4. It's just unbelievably spectacular there! You have photographed it to perfection.

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  5. Thanks for the memories. We saw those arches when we were there as well. Your photos are beautiful.

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  6. It would be nice to watch all the colors change through the day. The arches are huge!

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  7. Fabulous photos, Linda! I'd love to see the fiery furnace at sunset.The rock formations in the last photo put me in mind of Matroyska dolls sitting together. Thank you for sharing, and have a great weekend.

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  8. You bring back such wonderful photos from your trips. The rock formations are not only massive but really beautiful. Watching a sunset there would be magical. Great angles and perspectives, Linda.

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  9. Beautiful photos of the arches…I especially love seeing those snow-capped mountains in the view from Turret Arch… Amazing.

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  10. Those arches seem to be made for the photographer.What amazing shots you have!

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  11. Just wow! I'm glad you pointed the people out for perspective. It's easy to fool yourself into believing that what must be full grown trees are just some low-lying brush in the foreground of the arches. They're MUCH bigger than I would have thought.

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  12. Such beautiful and amazing landscape !
    Thanks so much for sharing it .

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  13. those mountains always look like they have snow on them. but i guess it is just wear & tear. ( :
    those arches never get old to look at. they were amazing in person. just mind numbing to me. do you ever have a moment, where you think to yourself man am i glad to be alive? so in the moment & loving every second? so awesome!!!

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  14. These pictures are magnificent and I can't tell you how much I'm enjoying them. Thanks for sharing them.

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  15. Great arches, formations and sceneries, I especially like the rock formation in front of LaSal Mountains and the formation of Fiery Furnace in the last capture. Frankly, I wouldn't have noticed the people in the first photo if you didn't bring attention to them, Linda. At first sight the arches don't look that big so it's really good to have that comparison.

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  16. Great pictures! I gotta go there, so beautiful and interesting.

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  17. Beautiful. One of those rock formations looks like a weird hand. Have a lovely Monday.

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  18. The arches are fantastic, I think they are very interesting. Great photos Linda.

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