A dried wash bed by the Bowl of Fire in the Lake Mead National Recreation Area.
This entry was posted on Tuesday, January 4th, 2011 at 7:34 am. It is filed under Nature, Nature Detail, Nevada, Photography and tagged with Bowl, Dried Mud, Lake Mead National Recreation Area.
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Josh, I love images like this……I can’t tell what scale we’re looking at……could be the surface of mars or it could be contained in the space of a footprint…..I used to look down at the frozen Iowa River and have the same thought……until some massive water fowl flew under and spoiled the illusion……
Yeah, I know the feeling, minus the water fowl. There is something for me just fascinating about textures regardless of scale, and in part because of a lack of scale.
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