White Pocket, located on the Paria Plateau in northern Arizona, is a remote outcropping of oddly contorted landforms. Once a Jurassic period sandy desert, it is thought that an earthquake caused a large area of wet sand to slide into a lake or oasis and solidify over time. The parallel lines twisted into shapes reminiscent of scenes from the movie "Inception" are a perfect example of what you'll find all around the area. On this night, I had the entire place to myself. It was a bit eerie but very serene at the same time.
July 3, 2017
15mm · f/3.5 · 120s · ISO 1600