Arizona’s soil is a crazy mix of pink and orange and yellow and brown. The sandstone is made up of shifting forms – hoodoos and cliffs and gullies and buttes and canyons – and they are textured with stripes and swirls and spots like something out of a story book. It’s brilliant. It’s incredible. It’s nothing short of jaw-dropping. Drop me off in the desert out there, and I could spend hours shooting on any given slab of rock. And that’s just what I did the day I took this shot. These beautiful circles are a part of the landscape in Glen Canyon Recreation Area. Some are the size of golf balls. Others are the size of pin heads. And this one is as large as a volleyball!

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