Keystone Thrust Sunrise

Keystone Thrust Sunrise

360 degree view from Keystone Thrust at Red Rock National Conservation Area, May 2015

The hill, or thrust, on which this picture was taken is a unique geologic feature because the rocks on top are older than those on the bottom. We enjoyed the peaceful morning waiting for the sunrise. Because this image is a full 360 degree view, it is also part of our Red Rock National Conservation Area Virtual tour, which can be seen here: http://www.tours.patchpic.com/virtual-tours/RRNCA-Virtual-Tour.html

For more landscape and cityscape pictures available as canvas and metal prints, see my fine art photography page here: http://patchinpictures.com/steve-patchin-fine-art-photography.

Posted on May 29, 2015 in All Work, Landscapes and nature., Photography

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Steve is the founder of Patchin Pictures and has been a photographer, videographer and producer for more than 25 years. He started Patchin Pictures in 1997. Aside from the work he does for business clients and individuals, Steve creates photographs for sale as art prints on metal and canvas. Visit his gallery at Patchin Pictures Studios. Steve also enjoys cycling.
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