The borders of the three sections are formed by the Colorado River and the Green River.
We visited The Needles, which are rock pinnacles banded in red and white. Earth movements fractured the rock, and water and the freezing and thawing eroded it into today's jumbled terrain. Doesn't it look a bit like a major city skyline?
These two rocks look like they were carved by man rather than mother nature.
Another view of the "Needles"
Signage advised us that we should not walk in the little puddles on the rock terraces. Adult clam shrimp and tadpole shrimp must lay their draught tolerant eggs in these water spots before the pools dry up ................
RJ needed to lean against this rock after jumping puddles for two hours!
Next, my fun fun fun photographic tour at Antelope Canyon......