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photoblog image Echo canyon,

Echo canyon,

                a slot canyon, a good place to cool off on the way down, to the left of the path the slot drops down about 20ft to a stream. Elizabeth showed this the other day, but looking the opposite way, from where you can just see some tiny figures.

Echo canyon,

                a slot canyon, a good place to cool off on the way down, to the left of the path the slot drops down about 20ft to a stream. Elizabeth showed this the other day, but looking the opposite way, from where you can just see some tiny figures.

comments (12)

  • Ray
  • United States
  • 7 Apr 2017, 00:32
What an extraordinary chasm, Elizabeth, and you image shows it off wonderfully well..

It reminds me of Standley Chasm, in Central Australia, which I visited about 40 years ago.
Frank L Croston.: Thanks, Ray, it was very impressive, I looked up Stanley chasm, I see what you mean, certainly some similarities.
  • Ray
  • United States
  • 7 Apr 2017, 00:41
I mean "Frank".
Frank L Croston.: I guessed...
This is beautiful! Nice shot through the keyhole!
Frank L Croston.: Thanks, Ell', the opposite of your view...smile
  • Chris
  • England
  • 7 Apr 2017, 06:36
This scenery is hugely impressive Frank. The sheer scale of it all!
Frank L Croston.: It is, Chris, so impressive.....
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 7 Apr 2017, 07:36
Crikey! The figure certainly gives some scale to the slot; I was thinking it was mush smaller until then!
Frank L Croston.: It needs scale, Alan, very deceptive....
I remember this Frank, it reminds me of childbirth if you see what I mean.
Frank L Croston.: Thats some memory you have, Andrew....
Those ant people lend scale very effectively
Frank L Croston.: Those are ants, Bill....smile
HELLO! ((((hello, hello,))))
Frank L Croston.: And so on.....
Good shot Frank, it is huge in comparison to the little people.
Frank L Croston.: The landscape of Zion dwarfs people, Brian.
Fantastic - photographer's heaven!
Frank L Croston.: Correct, Tom! Thank you.
very good exposure control...
Frank L Croston.: Thank you, Larry.
Wonderful!
Frank L Croston.: Thanks, Tom, a great place to walk through.

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