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Arches National Park,located on the Colorado Plateau, is a high desert region filled with sandstone formations. Lots of scrub vegetation and wildflowers can be found in this park. This area is known as the Paradox Basin of the Colorado Plateau. The view that can be seen in my photo is located in the Windows section. This particular view is opposite of the North Window and is called the Elephants Parade but only seen at the far end of it and I am showing the vast wilderness area of the Plateau. The sky is stormy because later in the morning there was a thunder and lightning storm.
At this time I was still getting use to my digital camera and was using the automatic setting alot (hence the f4 aperture). I have since been acquainting myself with the manual settings on my camera but I still think this is a decent photograph.
All comments and critiques are most welcome.

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