Sunday, July 19, 2015

Eileen's Random Travels

Eileen's Random Travels..a Photoblog post


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Arches National Park was one of the many National Parks we have visited over the years. The red rocks and formations are an amazing sight to see.


The Landscape Arch, a rock formation at Arches National Park. This arch is known to be the longest natural arch in the world.


Above are the Three Sisters or the Three Gossips.


Elephant Rock also seen at Arches National Park.  This park is a must see if you are visiting Utah.  I hope you enjoyed this post, thanks for the visit and comments.



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49 comments:

  1. Thank you, Eileen for showing the fantastic rock formations of your visits. Have a wonderful week!

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    1. Hello Nancy, thank for the visit and comment! Enjoy your day!

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  2. The rock formations are amazing! Have a great week ahead!

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    1. Hello Gunilla, thanks for the comment. Enjoy your week ahead!

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  3. Looks like a park I would like to visit!
    Wonderful photos . . . natural arch is amazing . . .

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    1. Hello Lynne, it is a beautiful park and Utah is an awesome state to visit. Thanks for the comment! Enjoy your new week ahead!

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  4. Beautiful! I've never been there but sure wish I could go and photograph it.

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    1. Hello Kay, you should go and visit. It is awesome! Thanks for the comment and visit.

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  5. That natural arch is beautiful!
    Is it possible to walk on it?
    The others are just great, love
    the gossips :))

    Have a beautiful Sunday!
    Tinna ✐

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    1. Hello Tinna, I think it is way too thin for a person to walk on. Seeing it in person is awesome though. Some stupid people may be dumb enough to climb on it though. It could fall anyday. Thanks for the visit and comment.

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  6. Great photos! That one rock looks like an ogre facing a lamp post. lol

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    1. Marti, thank for the visit and comment!

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  7. i enjoyed it very much :-)
    happy week !

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    1. Thank you so much for your comment and visit!

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  8. Wow those rock sculptures are amazing. Truly amazing how the weather wears away and shapes these rocks over millions of years. thanks Eileen for taking us there. Happy travels and have a great week.

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    1. Hello Jill, thank you for the visit and comment. Enjoy your new week!

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  9. Stunning landscape Eileen. I'd love to visit somewhere like this. I need to get to other countries more.

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  10. Arent the parks beautiful, such amazing rock formations!

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  11. Very cool.
    Isn't God's creation amazing?

    Thanks for linking up at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2015/07/bug-eyes.html

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    1. Thanks for the visit and comment, Sue!

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  12. excellent images Eileen. I remember the beauty of Arches too. a great place to visit.

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  13. Oh these shots are incredible. Thank you for making my morning. Hug B

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    1. Thank you for the nice comment, enjoy your day!

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  14. I really hope to get to Arches National Park someday, your photos are so lovely.

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    1. Hello Rhonda, you would love Arches Nat'l Park. Thanks for the visit and comment.

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  15. Beautiful pictures, never seen any like these before..

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    1. Thanks for your visit and comment! Happy Tuesday!

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  16. Great shots! I've been to one of the parks out there on a jeep tour, but don't remember if we made it into arches. I think it WAS actually the park we went through. My hubby likes to BASE jump out there. :)

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  17. Cool rock formations! Almost alien in nature.

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  18. What a great set of images. Who wouldn't want to visit this place after viewing these photos. Well done.

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  19. Looks like such a neat place! Enjoyed the photos of the rocks!

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  20. Wow, those formations are truly amazing. Nature provides us with so many great sights.

    All the best Jan

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    1. Thank you for visiting and for the comment!

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  21. I love these Eileen! I love visiting national parks and this one is so tempting...

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    1. Thank you for your comment and visit.

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  22. You've got yourself another new reader ;)
    Wonderful pictures!

    Have a wonderful day
    Möwe

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  23. Great photos of awesome sights. Somewhere along the way, I've missed how you are blessed to travel to all the great places...job ?

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    1. Thanks, BJ! Yes, working and saving our money for trips!

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  24. Wow! These are natural wonders... amazing rock formation and representation of elephant and sisters

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Have a great day, Eileen