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Zion Canyon, Utah

Watchman Towers, Zion Canyon, Zion National Park, Utah by Jeffrey Murray

Silver Island Mountains, Tooele County –  Photographer: Ken Krahulec

POTD September Silver Island Mountains, Tooele County, Utah Photographer: Ken Krahulec Limestone has been enriched with silver and lead from mineral-rich fluids driven by underlying plutons in the Silver Island Mountains, Tooele County.

San Rafael Reef, Emery County, Utah  Photographer: Tom Chidsey   The steeply dipping east flank of the San Rafael Swell is part of a large fold that formed in Late Cretaceous to early Tertiary time.

POTD July San Rafael Reef, Emery County, Utah Photographer: Tom Chidsey The steeply dipping east flank of the San Rafael Swell is part of a large fold that formed in Late Cretaceous to early Tertiary time.

Druid Arch, Canyonlands National Park, Utah. From US 191 take Utah 211 west to the Needles. The paved road continues into the park. Entrance fees and camping fees are charged. Water is available spring through fall.

From US 191 take Utah 211 west to the Needles. The paved road continues into the park. Entrance fees and camping fees are charged.

Lost Canyon, Needles District, Canyonlands National Park –  Photographer: Robert Blackett

Photographer: Robert Blackett Backpackers traverse a “slick rock” rim of the Permianage Cedar Mesa Sandstone.

Courthouse Towers, Arches National Park, Utah, USA

Courthouse Towers, Arches National Park, Utah, United States of America. Travel and see the world

View of Zion Canyon from Observation Point, Zion National Park, Utah.  Check out this blog post for more photos of the Colorado Plateau national parks: http://www.travel-experience-live.com/colorado-plateau-national-parks-photos/

Been to this beautiful spot! Zion Canyon seen from Observation Point, Zion National Park, Utah.

Raplee Ridge, Utah

"Raplee Ridge Near Mexican Hat, Utah" - someone. I think I have a photo that we took of Mexican Hat somewhere; a rock that looks like a Mexican hat.

Tabbys Peak in the Cedar Mountains, Tooele County –  Photographer: Don Clark

Tabbys Peak in the Cedar Mountains, Tooele County – Photographer: Don Clark

POTD June 26, 2013: San Rafael Swell, Sevier County, Utah Photographer: Robert F. Biek  Alluvial and wind-blown sediment partly conceals the Jurassic-age Entrada Sandstone in the Last Chance Desert, which occupies the axis of the Last Chance anticline. The narrow, jagged, black ridge at the center of the photo is a basaltic dike of probable late Tertiary age (3 to 5 million years old) that intrudes the Entrada Sandstone.

San Rafael Swell, Sevier County Photographer: Robert F.

The WAVE. Famous geological feature of Coyote Buttes in Northern Arizona

The Wave in Utah, USA, has become a popular attraction in the Coyote Buttes area of the Paria Canyon-Vermillion Cliffs Wilderness on the Utah-Arizona border. The Wave is a multi-colored chute that has been cut into a sandstone mountain.

Bluffs of Entrada Sandstone above Wahweap Bay on Lake Powell, Kane County, Utah -  Photographer: Lance Weaver

Bluffs of Entrada Sandstone above Wahweap Bay on Lake Powell, Kane County, Utah - Photographer: Lance Weaver

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