I Flew to Mars

Moab's desert is a foreign land to me. Red cliffs that scrape the sky, strange and mystical rock formations that cover its surface, a tilt of the strata that makes me think I am leaning though I am straight. Moab is both beautiful and stark at the same time. A place of wonder and intrigue that can excite and frighten the mind.

LPS & Porcupine Rim

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Slickrock

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The Magnificent 7 & Portal

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The Mad Cyclocrosser

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Look closely and just about dead center and you'll see a rider on the cliff

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Pipe Dream

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Amasa Back, Pothole Arch, Rock Stacker, Jackson's

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For all of the photos see mine or Guacamole's.

and check out the Crazy Cyclocrosser...this may have been one of the easier moves he made that day.


2 comments:

  the original big ring

April 16, 2011 at 5:46 PM

Freak'n awesome. Some of your best photos yet.

Cheers

  Jim

April 19, 2011 at 9:04 AM

VERY nice photos. Looks like a good time too!