Capitol Reef - a water-filled pothole in Grand Wash

This is a photo of a water-filled pothole in Grand Wash.

Detailed Description

A water-filled pothole in Grand Wash. These features are called "tanks" or "waterpockets" - and are the namesake for the Waterpocket Fold that forms the geologic structure that gives Capitol Reef its unique landscape (Harris and others, 1997).

Details

Image Dimensions: 800 x 600

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Location Taken: US