Entries from Candi's Corner: Wanderlust and Passions tagged with 'Arches'

Turret Arch

The view from Turret Arch: Can you spot the fading rainbow? Turret Arch, Arches National Park, September 2009 According to Wikipedia, a turret is a "small tower that projects vertically from the wall of a building such as a...

PhotoHunt: broken

The theme for this week's photohunt is broken. I thought I'll continue blogging about our visit to Arches National Park last September (shouldn't I be done already?)Here is a photo of broken tree branches n front of Skyline Arch....

Arches National Park: Double Arch

Going back to blogging about Arches National Park, I realized that I didn't write about Bill's favorite landmark in the park: Double Arch. It is an awe-inspiring twin-arch structure with the larger opening having the highest height in the...

PhotoHunt: balanced

The theme for this week's photohunt is balanced. I immediately thought of Arches National Park in Utah. The Park is a mecca for arches and rock formations, many of which seem to be magically balanced. Interestingly, one of the...

Arches National Park: Landscape Arch

Part of what is known as the Devils Garden in northern Arches National Park, Landscape Arch is considered one of the longest (if not the longest) natural arches in the world. I actually believe that Kolob Arch in the...

PhotoHunt: curved

The theme for this week's photohunt is curved. Since I am starting blogging about Arches National Park, I thought I'll choose a curved object from our photo collection from the trip to the park. Boy, I had many choices....

Amazing Rock Formations: Whale Rock

I stopped blogging about our trip to national parks in Southern Utah a while back, but I am actually not done, I still have Arches National Park to blog about. Alas, I am extremely busy, getting the house up and...