In a remote section of Arches National Park is Fiery Furnace. You must obtain a pass to enter this area. There are no trails and many narrow canyons with no exit. It is quite daunting but extremely beautiful.
Tree limb and shrubs lead to colorful rocks in the early morning in Arches National Park.
Arches National Park is very close to Moab, Utah, but the light pollution is minimal. Because of this on a moonless night there are billions of stars visible. Double Arch is spectacular day or night.
There are two Window Arches in Arches National Park: North and South. North Arch is on our right in this image. The color in the rocks is lovely, especially at sunrise or sunset.
The sun peeks over Turret Arch which is a short walk from the two Window Arches. Many of the arches are within easy reach from the car parks. Some however, like Delicate Arch are a strenuous trek, but well worth the effort.
My favorite time to be photographing. Colorful stars light up the night sky over Turret Arch.
The Garden of Eden has several spires where rock climbers test their skills. At night with the Milky Way in full grandeur over the spires it becomes a place of magic.
Beautiful color on underside of this arch comes from light reflected off the ground under the arch.
A sun burst lights up the South Window Arch.
The iconic Delicate Arch shows off its beautiful color in the early sunset hours. It is quite an arduous trek to the arch. Make sure you take plenty of water! There is a large area to rest from your climb and enjoy the view of the arch.
A different angle showing more of the valley below the arch and the mesa on the other side.
Sunset in Arches National Park. Clouds get color from the reflected light.
The wondrous Wall Street section of Arches National Park bathed in early morning light.
The Milky Way's Galactic Center rises over Balanced Rock. Light clouds add color.