Photographer's Note

This picture is looking straight up at rocks in an overhang near Mooney Falls, at Havasupai (a branch of the Grand Canyon).

Over time, the falls have migrated, and they have left behind interesting rock formations that are formed as sediment clings to the exitsting rocks, much like stalactites in caves. The rocks appear to be 'dripping'. In color, the rocks are bright reddish-orange.

I've adjusted the contrast a bit so that the picture almost appears to be in 3-D.

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Additional Photos by Jennifer Love (erthmuffin) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 352 W: 51 N: 233] (1551)
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