This image was captured in the Escalante Wilderness area of Southern Utah. It is a landmark of the region and is the major feature of this area. The Lower Calf Creek Falls is 126 feet high. Calf Creek is a clear stream which runs yearlong. The predominant geologic formation in this region is the cliff-forming Navajo Sandstone. These canyon walls are the typical cream to red-colored layers formed millions of years ago by ancient sand dunes. The vertical discoloration is created by rain water running down the cliffs.
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