The Page area of Arizona is rich with unusual rock formations and striations of numerous colors. It is a “landscape photographer’s” paradise. You had a chance to see photos from Horseshoe Bend and Little Cut. A little further out of Page, just over the Utah border, is a place called Paria Rim Rocks or “Toadstools”. These rocks are the result of erosion where the top layer is a just a little bit more resistant to erosion than the sandstone beneath.
A mile hike through a winding, sandy wash takes one to another world… full of Toadstools and other rock and sand formations that make one wonder, “am I still in Utah?”
Since it is all about the the light, as the light faded, so did our extra planetary adventure. Back to the real world of Page, Arizona.