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A red-brick wall replicating the façade of the Wright Aeronautical Laboratory which once stood on this site.Mesa Arch SunburstThis image captures a summer sunrise from Mesa Arch, Canyonlands National Park, outside of Moab, Utah. Located on the Island in the Sky Mesa, this scene was 15 million years in the making (uplift of the Colorado Plateau) where erosion of a small pothole in Navajo Sandstone lead to today’s rock arch. The image captures the moment where the rising sun briefly paints the underside of Mesa arch and warms Buck Canyon in amazing orange light while silhouetting the distant La Sal Mountains. As you can see from the thin slit of clear air on the horizon, the moment was transitory, as a cloud bank quickly obscured the sun.
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Located in Southeast Utah, Canyonlands National Park entails rich collection of mesas and canyons carved by the Colorado and Green Rivers. The rich red outcrops consists of erosional features of the Navajo Sandstone driven by the Colorado Plateau Uplift.
A silhouette of a dead tree in Canyonlands National Park stands in stark contrast to rising sun over Buck CanyonSunrise over Canyonlands National Park where a Utah Juniper thrives on the rim of Buck CanyonA red-brick wall replicating the façade of the Wright Aeronautical Laboratory which once stood on this site.

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Category:Scenic
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Keywords:Washer Woman Arch, Canyonlands, Island in the Sky, Island in the Sky District, Island in the Sky Mesa, La Sal Mountains, Mesa Arch, Moab Utah, National, Navajo Sandstone, Park, Rock Arch, Rotary Arch, San Juan County, Stone Arch, Trail Arch, Utah, White Rim