08 August 2014

The Cobra

The Cobra gazes over Castle Valley

The Cobra, a wonderful rock formation at Fisher Towers near Moab, fell during a storm last week. This was a beloved hangout and photo destination for The Lizard and me.

Alien Glow

Supernova

Pacific Supernova

The Cobra

Alien Glow, the Sequel

The Cobra, Snowflaked

The Cobra

The Cobra

6 comments :

  1. Nice renditions of it, interesting formation indeed. Sucks that it fell, but that is erosion for you

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    1. I know it's only a rock, but tears formed in my eyes when I saw what was left of it last weekend, Pat.

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  2. I'd never heard of it until now ... aren't you glad you got those photos of it? So sad that it fell.

    P.S. Your mileage is doing pretty well! :)

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    1. I am so glad I got to see it a few times before it fell, and in several different weather conditions. Makes me want to make sure I have pictures of all the beautiful red rock that inspires me most...

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  3. This really doesn't pertain to this post at all but found this blog by accident and thought of you and your dying techniques. She has more than one but the one that made me think of you was this one using snow. http://www.fiberartsy.com/crafts-diy/dye-your-t-shirt-fiber-or-yarn-with-snow/

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    1. Thanks, Brenda! That's a nice, uplifting way to finish off sad feelings about the loss of a pile of red rock...

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