americasgreatoutdoors:

Arguably some of the planet’s most unique and spectacular geologic features are the narrow slot canyons of the Colorado Plateau — and the grand-daddy of them all is Buckskin Gulch in the BLM-managed Paria Canyon-Vermillion Cliffs Wilderness/National Monument. Straddling the Utah/Arizona border, this 13 mile long canyon is 400 feet deep and sometimes as narrow as six feet — not just at the bottom but all the way up to the canyon rims (thus the name “slot”). In places you can’t see the sky when looking up; only the sun’s indirect glow bouncing off the scalloped rock walls & creating an ever-changing colorful tapestry. Logs wedged between the narrow walls 20-30 feet above the stream-bed are a reminder to avoid the area during the summer monsoon, when flash floods combined with no escape routes make the canyon unsafe for hiking.Photo: Bureau of Land Management
octoberfallingleaves:

Small Town by Brian Wilkins on Flickr.
brutalgeneration:

Aurora Borealis, Sweden (by antonyspencer)
ponderation:

Morning Glory by leiferik
mystic-revelations:

Un rendez vous nocturne
By Sergey Makurin
sundxwn:

Fields of Gold by Chris Williams Exploration Photography
umq:

Fall :: (Matt H.)
acureforreality-:

Autumn Colors (by Matt Champlin)