The red rock desert region of eastern Utah, set aside as Arches National Park in 1971, contains the highest concentration of natural arches in the country. The unusual park scenery is attributed to the region's unique history, a fortunate and complex interaction between deposition, deformation, and corrosion that began in the middle of the Pennsylvanian Period (some 300 million years ago)... - Geology Unfoldedhttp://geologyunfolded.com/index.html
Wandering around Arches National Park with a camera can be overwhelming. This is from a random spot, when I was hiking without direction, and stopped to try and compose something interesting without an arch in the frame.
The Holiday Season is upon us! This is from almost exactly a year ago, on the streets of Amsterdam. I don't do much street photography, but this one turned out alright. With most of the shoppers walking away, your eye seems to find the few faces in the crowd. A little selective color helps guide your subconscious.