Gateway to the Wave

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  • Title:  Gateway to the Wave
  • Description:  Iron oxides bled through to give the sandstone a salmon color. Hematite and goethite added yellows, oranges, browns and purples. It was all underground until water seeped through a huge vertical crack in a ridge above. The water cut a channel that was then scoured over thousands of years by wind-blown sand, carving out smooth curves and swells that look like cresting ocean waves.
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  • Added:  Dec 3, 2017
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Resolution: 2288 x 1712 px ( 7.6" x 5.7" @ 300 dpi )

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