05/19/2006: Day 6: Canyonlands and Dead Horse Point
This was a day of wa-ay too many pictures. I thinned down the 300 or so to a manageable list for this blog.
Dead Horse Point was named for its role in helping ranchers herd wild horses, stopping them dead at a bottleneck.
Canyonlands, on the north-eastern corner of the Colorado Plateau, is about as rich in geological beauty as Bryce Canyon.
But, browse the pictures (and read the captions) to see for yourself.