Flickr member strayfoto took this great landscape at the Green River Overlook in Canyonlands National Park near Moab, Utah with his Ricoh GR.
A wonderful collection of 19th century sepia tone images of Arizona, Nevada, and Utah by the photographer Timothy H. O’Sullivan.
These are incredible images, some of the best from the period.
[via Dirk Foch]
Above Utah. When looked at abstractly the “fingers” on the edge of this offset in geography remind me of the coast of Maine where rivers empty out into the ocean and make for a jagged shoreline. This jagged edge is similar in that water and erosion over time made it what it is. In fact, much of the shape of our geography is water sculpture.