Golden Hour Over Delicate ArchGolden Hour Over Delicate ArchA panoramic image of Delicate Arch near Moab, Utah where weathering and erosion produced Arches National Park’s most iconic stone arch. Instead of the traditional narrow crop, this wider perspective gives viewers a sense of the adjacent panhole and tilted Entrada Sandstone deposited during the Jurassic 140-180 million years ago. Before naming by the National Park Service, local cowboys called the feature The Chaps and Bloomers Arch for its distinctive two-leg resemblance. On this spectacular evening, warm golden light washed over Delicate Arch and the distant La Sal Mountains.
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Arches National Park, Moab Utah, is an amazing packed with impressive geologic features to include 2,000 rock arches and pinnacles. Famous features include Delicate Arch, the Spectacles, Double Arch, and Balanced Rock.
Sunset over Turret Arch and Double Arch, Arches National Park, where the low-angled sunlight rakes over the red sandstoneGolden Hour Over Delicate ArchNorth & South Windows of Arches National Park’s at sunrise where the 2 adjacent formations form a pair of SpectaclesA panoramic sunrise from Arches National Park where the North Window arches to the center of the image and Turret Arch basks in the morning light

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Category:Scenic
Subcategory:Landscapes
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Keywords:Balanced Rock, Balanced Rock, Canyonlands National Park, Courthouse Towers, Delicate Arch, Devils Garden, Moab Utah, National Parks, Navajo Sandstone, San Juan County, U.S. National Park, Utah, Windows Section