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Changing Terrain

Uploaded by: ColoradoKat

Tuesday May 14, 2013

Delta, CO (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: So, sine the Escalante Wildlife Area Was closed, we kept going, slowly climbing in elevation, going to see Escalante Canyon, which I had never seen. That was a good decision...and maybe not the best decision, as you will hear about in later pix in this series. At any rate, the land grew rockier, with less vegetation. Here is a view across some of the rocky land to Adobe Buttes and Grand Mesa. The flat rocky part is really quite a distance from the Dobies and mesas beyond.

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8. ColoradoKat
5:39 AM GMT on May 18, 2013
Thanks, Kristina!
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7. kristinarinell
11:40 PM GMT on May 17, 2013
love this one....like Katy said, you can walk right in....spectacular scenery!
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6. ColoradoKat
6:21 AM GMT on May 16, 2013
Thank you, Lori!
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5. SVLover
3:21 AM GMT on May 16, 2013
Another good one!!
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4. ColoradoKat
1:45 AM GMT on May 16, 2013
Thanks, Katy!
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3. katy99780
1:41 AM GMT on May 16, 2013
OOOoooo this is amazingly beautiful Kat! Such clarity and detail, like I can almost walk right through the screen and... be there!
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2. ColoradoKat
1:02 AM GMT on May 16, 2013
Thanks, Gil! I'd sure like to have some of those
big, flat rocks for landscaping, but I didn't have
a huge crane or flatbed with me, so I left them
there. Probably illegal to take them, anyway.
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1. gilg72
12:58 AM GMT on May 16, 2013
A beautiful Desert view Kat.
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