Rails and Trails Imaging
Solution Cavities in Capitol Reef National Park, Utah
Archival Digital Print, printed with pigmented inks on premium luster media
8.5" x 11"   $45
Smooth craters pock the canyon walls through Capitol Reef.  Most of the rock is sandstone, which is grains of sand weakly cemented by water-soluble minerals.  Where water seeps between layers, it may dissolve the cement, forming cavaties which catch more moisture.  The process is ongoing, forever changing the exposed forms, shapes and color.