Spring and Buckskin Gulch Walls
The sandstone walls in Buckskin Gulch form bizarre, undulating structures. Years of rushing water have eroded away the rock to form smooth, curved walls. While backpacking through these canyons a few weeks ago, I shot a few single-frame black and white frames of these walls (see below) then moved down to Paria Canyon to continue our hike. Below the Confluence, we crossed into Arizona and stopped at Spring Wall to fill our water and decided to camp for the night. I took the second photo below, a panorama, while waiting for the pots and bottles to fill at the depression in the dripping cliff.