Cedar Tree Arch (or Rainbow Arch) from the end of the trail in the bottom of the canyon.
Looking over Rattlesnake canyon from the top.
Tiny Arch visible only from the top at the edge of the ledge.
White Sego Lilly
Unknown Arch on the left, Hole in the Bridge Arch on the right. Viewed together seem to have a BIG nose..
Hole in the Bridge Arch.
Centennial Arch also known as Akiti Arch..
Arches under construction..
Colorado National Monument near Grand Junction Colorado.
Cliff Fender Flower
Cedar Tree Arch from the end of the trail in the bottom of the canyon.
Pink Sego Lilly
Long Nose Hairybutt Fly
Looking down the canyon face..
More faces in the rocks..
Rattlesnake Canyon is the deep gorge to the left. The formation with the arches is perched on the ledge to the right of the canyon.
Cliff faces viewed from the trail descending into the canyon.
The first arch you see is also the last arch you see. Cedar Tree Arch from the top of the formation.
Hole in the Bridge Arch from the top.
Long-nose hairy-butt fly
Sandstone sculpture courtesy of Mother Nature.
Overlooking Rattlesnake canyon from the top.
Looking into the Colorado National Monument canyons.
Finding faces in the rocks.
Cedar Tree Arch, also known as Rainbow Arch.
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