Spooky Canyon

February 22, 2023  •  Leave a Comment

Spooky Canyon
Lake Mead National Recreation Area
Arizona


Spooky Canyon is the unofficial name of a minor, relatively shallow drainage at the edge of the Black Mountains, on the east side of the Colorado River a few miles from the Hoover Dam. The wash forms a short slot canyon through grey, conglomerate (or 'fanglomerate') rocks, only a third of a mile long, but surprisingly pretty, and quite dark in a few places due to overhanging rocks; the canyon walls take on an orange-yellow tint when illuminated by reflected sunlight.

Prints and products are available through this site or my Pixels - Fine Art America site. See more of my Spooky Slot Canyon photography here.

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Lake Mead National Recreation Area
Arizona
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Lake Mead National Recreation Area
Arizona
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Arizona
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