The slot canyons of Northern Arizona were formed by periodic flash floods that washed away the sandstone in what began as simply cracks in stream beds and over the centuries became canyons dozens of feet deep. Along the walls of the canyons you can see evidence of the way the rushing waters form eddies and waves in the form of swirls and wavy patterns left in the rock itself.
This image, and my other slot canyon images, look simply amazing on any of the media options below. I'm particularly fond of the textured media such as Canvas due to the extra dimension the paper texture brings to the textures of the rock in the image. But glossy media such as High Gloss Metal or face-mounted Acrylic will enhance the color saturation and contrast of the image.
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