The extreme mesas defining Canyonlands National Park allow for a vast field of vision, perfect for a panoramic photograph. Standing below the Mesa Arch, Jim Kegley captured the numerous levels throughout the park, from the deepest canyons, to the flat mesas, all the way to the rising Abaso, Henry, and La Sal Mountains in the distance. Stark layers composed of sandstone, siltstone, limestone, and shale are clearly visible as the water has cut away at the Earth for millions of years. Enjoy this photograph as a reminder that even the oldest and hardest ground can be affected by water given time.
Size: 36" x 8.75"