La Boca Arch, Dome Plateau, Moab, Utah, USA
La Boca arch lies just off the Dome Plateau Trail north and east of Arches National Park in Utah. The arch cuts through sandstone of the the same upper Entrada formation exposed in the park to the south. During the Jurassic period about 150 million years ago desert conditions stretched over a good part of Utah, piling light dune sand atop the darker red silt and mud from a previous wetter period. Most of the arches of the area formed in the sandstone created from these dunes.
overlooking Arches from the top of the trail
Here's the famous view of the Delicate Arch in the stunning Arches National Park in UTAH, USA. There ...
Janel Jasper sitting within view of Delicate Arch in Arches National Park, Utah. For more photos chec...
Delicate Arch is one of Utah's most famous icons. You see images of it everywhere: on magazine covers...
Beautiful view of Delicate arch with the bowl in the front
The Delicate Arch in Arches National Park near Moab is a landmark for the State of Utah. After a shor...
Beautiful view at Delicate Arch from another Arch on the side of the Delicate Arch Trail.
this panorama was taken some few hundred feet off the delicate arch trail in a valley at the top
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