A Storm Brewing in the Devil's Kitchen  

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Uploaded: 09/07/08 3:24 AM GMT
A Storm Brewing in the Devil's Kitchen
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This was taken at a place called the Devil's Kitchen in Utah.† This can be found off of a drive called the Mt. Nebo Loop.


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09/07/08 3:26 AM GMT
I used to live in Payson, so I've been here a number of times. Kind of surprising to find red dirt in this part of the country, huh? Nice shot.
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09/07/08 5:27 AM GMT
I would love to go back to Utah some day. I'm enjoying the various textures in this scene as well as the colors. Excellent capture.
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09/07/08 10:39 PM GMT
Nice, very nice
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09/07/08 11:39 PM GMT
wonderful details in the rocks. overall scene is good. color is excellent.
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09/08/08 3:55 PM GMT
I have to agree with Jen, and she should know! Lovely composition.

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09/09/08 1:00 AM GMT
I knew this had to be Utah just from the color of the Rock. A wonderful post.
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09/21/08 2:42 AM GMT
I stopped there July 2007 for a view those rocks were so red and such strange formations, they sure named it right. Thanks for sharing!
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09/24/08 4:48 AM GMT
Very good view of the red rocks,it seems very high,overall the photo is very nice.
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