Zion in Spring. 30 x 72.
When you get as far west as Zion in Utah, the sandstone so typical of
the cliffs of Arizona and New Mexico are topped with a weird, white
moonlike stone formed from ancient sand dunes with deep streaks
texturing it showing yearly deposits of the wind. Fresh green
cottonwoods catch the sun along the bright stream in the canyon bed.
The walls loom dark and massive while wild winds buffet and churn in
the alcoves making it difficult to stand.
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