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Snow Against Red Rock || Canon EOS 40D/EF70-200mm f/4L USM +1.4x | 1/125s | f/5.6 | ISO 100 | Handheld
As part of our trip, we camped just outside of White Pocket for two nights, two very cold and windy nights. The second day, it snowed. For a while in the afternoon it had stopped, so I ventured out on the 1/4 mile hike to White Pocket to try and salvage the afternoon by getting a few shots. Not long after I got there, it started again, so I huddled under an overhang and tried to wait it out, this is one of the shots I got while cowering away from the elements. One of the most fascinating things about White Pocket was the sections of thin rock. I'd love to have had a geologist there to help explain how it all happened. It was difficult to capture this on camera, but some sections looked about as thick as cardboard.

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