I have visited this area in remote Southern Utah many times, and always find new inspiration. The entire landscape is composed of rocks in many shades of red, brown and orange. Light, water and clouds change these shades, so that each visit provides new perspectives of the landscape.
Only one dirt road runs through this vast area. A short hike brings one to places where there is very little evidence of human intrusion. But, what is that circular landform in the foreground? An ancient ruin, or merely a trick of geology?