Palm Wash Slot Canyon from Above

Today’s archive find and addition is from a desert hike in January 2013. My friend Hans I were trotting back on an old path above the Palm Wash canyons. Earlier, we had enjoyed a walk inside the slot canyons (some of those photos are here: Curved Walls) and now we were on the way back from a side trip to the “Sheep Tanks“, which lie in the north-eastern corner of Anza Borrego Desert State Park, in the general vicinity of the old Calcite Mine.

I always like to group my images a little bit (see two links above), and then I have an “outlier” like this photo, which, despite the fact that I like it very much, obviously didn’t fit into either gallery. Then I set it aside “for later”, to do something with it eventually, and in the end it only takes a little more than 7 years to find it again in my archive! 😛

Well, at least that means it has passed my personal test of time, since I still quite like the photo. 😉

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