A clearing storm at sunrise in Arches National Park left dozens of rain-filled potholes with beautiful reflections. This was a large pothole, about 15 feet across. I was laying on my belly at the edge with a 20 mm lens positioned almost at surface level. The photo, taken in the early 90's, was used by Outdoor Photographer Magazine in 1997 as the cover image of their very first annual calendar.
March 29th, 2015
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