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Balance Rock

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Balance Rock in Arches National Park, Utah. Apparantly the rock in the middle is a weaker substance than the rock on top or bottom and is being eroded away. Eventually the rock on top will fall down because there will be nothing to support it.

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4 Comments
  • Beautiful rock formations, like the angle of this shot. Great contrasts with the dark blue sky. Excellent capture. Hope you have a great New Year!

  • really beautifully framed to include the pathway and figure.

  • cool capture.. i’m really liking that deep blue sky.. :)

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EXIF Data

  • Shutter speed: 1/30 sec
  • Focal length: 17 mm
  • Aperture: f/11.0

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