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   CaliforniaMama  Sunday Aug 18 03:03 PM

August 18, 2013 - Horseshoe Bend

via Planet Apex

"Horseshoe Bend is a meander of the Colorado River located about four miles southwest of Page in Arizona. Horseshoe Bend of the Colorado River is one of the most precious jewels of the geological wonderland of the United States. This horseshoe-shaped meander is located five miles downstream from the Glen Canyon Dam and Lake Powell within Glen Canyon National Recreation Area and 7 miles north of mile zero of the Grand Canyon.

"The dramatic vista of Horseshoe Bend in the Colorado River is a great example of an incised meander whose formation began millions of years ago. It formed as a result of tectonic movement that forced the land of southern Utah and northern Arizona up higher than the surrounding terrain. . . . "

BigV  Sunday Aug 18 04:57 PM

That is one wiiiide angle lens there.....

Very, very pretty.

SPUCK  Monday Aug 19 07:05 AM

Wow. Never seen the water NOT muddy.

Sundae  Monday Aug 19 07:14 AM

There's a stone in that shoe.

Lamplighter  Monday Aug 19 10:14 AM

Originally Posted by SPUCK View Post
Wow. Never seen the water NOT muddy.
It's just downstream from the Glen Canyon dam

Griff  Monday Aug 19 08:03 PM

I read that Glenn Campbell dam.

CaliforniaMama  Friday Aug 23 06:08 PM

Nature's biggest bundt pan.

SPUCK  Saturday Aug 24 07:14 AM

Now we need a lot of batter and a solar flare.

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