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Agate Bridge - Petrified Forest
Arizona

Agate Bridge.

More than 100 feet of this famous log is exposed, but both ends are still encased in the sandstone in which the log was buried. A 40-footravine has gradually been carved into the sandstone layer, leaving the log spanning the narrow draw like a natural bridge. A concrete-beam support was placed under the heavy log in 1917 as a precaution against possible collapse.

Petrified Forest National Park

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Copyright: Toni Garbasso
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6200x3100
Taken: 16/11/2009
Uploaded: 08/03/2010
Updated: 20/07/2014
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Tags: petrified forest; painted desert; desert; bridge
  • American Geode 6 months ago
    Pretty magnificent day if you got to spend it at the Petrified Forest. These panorama photos make you want to start looking for flights to Arizona.
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