Arches National Park
These are my pictures from Arches National Park
Amazing natural archetecture in Arches National Park
Landscape Arch
Landscape Arch used to be 291 feet across, but a big chunk of the left side fell off in 1991
Now it is a 310 foot span and still only 10 feet wide at the narrowest point

Delicate Arch
Delicate Arch is the famous arch on the Utah license plates
You can have the arch to yourself for a picture
A lot of people were waiting for their turn

Broken Arch
Broken Arch has a crack right in the middle, thus the name
I see two squirrels making out

Broken Arch
This arch looks exactly like it did 30 years ago
Except that last time I could touch the bottom of the arch
Several feet of the sandy soil have washed away since then

Pine Tree Arch
Pine Tree Arch but I don't see any pine tree resemblance

Next is Balanced Rock, Arches National Park
Balanced Rock
No matter which angle you see it from, it doesn't look like it should be up there

Balanced Rock
Some adventurous climbers went right up to the rock

Balanced Rock
It looks like it could fall any second!

Next in Arches National Park is Devils Garden
Devils Garden
This area just looks totally weird!

Devils Garden path
Here is one of the paths through the garden

Devils Garden
Big and Strange

hoodoos
Pictures don't do it justice

Next are some hoodoos in Arches National Park
hoodoos
It doesn't take much imagination to see many things in these hoodoos

hoodoos
There are thousands of unusual hoodoos

Next are some other interesting formations in Arches National Park
The Walls
These two are called the walls.
They are thin remnants of what used to be solid rock.
How did these two slabs evade the erosion that leveled everything else in every direction?

The Three Gossips
These are the Three Gossips.

Devils Playground
This section of Arches is called Park Avenue

That's it, Thanks for looking!
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