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Uploaded 18-Sep-20
Taken 25-Jun-20
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Sunrise Under the North Window, Arches National Park No. 3

Arches National Park lies just outside Moab, Utah, and is best known for its 2,000 sandstone arches where wind erosion created portals to the Jurassic Period. This panoramic scene was captured under the North Window and spans between the rising sun and Turret Arch as the light warmly rakes across the Navajo Sandstone under blue azure skies.
Canon EOS 5D Mark IV, f/22 @ 11 mm, 1/1000, ISO 100, No Flash

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A 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