Photographer's Note

Leaving Indian Mesa for the moment, I took a "mental health" day off work and headed north. Before crashing into Utah, I turned off the exceedingly washboarded House Rock Road and onto the numbered BLM (Bureau of Land Management) roads that would take me to White Pocket.

Driving over the cattle guard rampart I was surprised. There was water in holes in the dirt parking area. That hurried my preparations for hiking and photographing in White Pocket.

Though not obvious when cresting the vegetation stabilized sand dune separating the parking from White Pocket, there were puddles to small pools hidden through out the area. Spotting these three brought to mind triptych panels.

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ISO 100, f/18 @ 160th second, 35mm focal length

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