Five miles up a huge flood plain called the Wahweap wash lie these towers which look like limestone towers crowned with brain-like rock formations caught in sticky Elmer's Glue. Only during four months of the year can you see the spectacle where the sun illuminates the towers before it strikes the huge rock wall in the background. It took a trip up the wash each of three mornings before the cloud cover dispersed as the sun rose above the horizon - allowing for this multi-framed scene to be captured.
Grand Staircase - Escalante National Monument, Utah