Part Three – Pogue Creek Canyon State Natural Area

After taking in expansive views of the Pogue Creek Canyon State Natural Area from an overlook, I was back on the trail to continue my adventure.

Though there are often signs posted in parks, and names of locations identified on maps, most of nature’s beauty is simply there – down a ladder, through a narrow gap between rocks along the trail, and around a corner.

And so it was. I turned a corner along the Upper Canyon Trail to behold a substantial rock face, unnamed. Wonderful. Beautiful. However one might convey this point of reference, it was a pleasant walk along a sandy trail with tall cliffs overhead. And, perhaps most of all, intricacies carved by nature into the sandstone were quite spectacular!

Here are some photographs of the area:

Prints

These photographs are available in my gallery at Pixels. If you have an empty wall at home, why not enjoy the great outdoors, indoors? Many options to select!

Note: there’s more to come, so stop back again! Thanks.

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