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A wave, not "The Wave." As those frozen in time eons ago, these stone crests reminded me of curling waves about to crash onto the sea shore. Now at over 7,000 feet/2,133 m above sea level that shore is hundreds of miles away with many intervening mountain ranges.

Situated in the heart of the Vermilion Cliffs National Monument, White Pocket is a fantasy land of rock formations, sand, and wind whipped shrubs and trees. It's located near Coyote Butte and so shares the same twisted sandstone formation.

ISO 200, 1/500th second at f/18, 48mm focal length

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