Kodachrome Basin State Park – one of many fantastic parks in Utah

Another visit to an unexpected place – this state park is aptly named and revealed some unusual rock formations that we could not resist. The weather cooperated the day we visited and illuminates these wonderful rock formations that defy the imagination.

Chimney Rock

Rock towers formed as resistant rock survives the effect of wind and water erosion

Rainbows of color highlighted by sun light.

Below a spire stands out against the colorful layers in the background.

A natural bridge marks entry to the basin area.

There are some twenty plus towers or spires that rise above the Navajo sandstone.

Spires that resemble church steeples evoke cathedrals if beautiful color and shapes

Author: kateamirault

Retired well traveled and Experienced woman

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