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 Arches National Park Panoramic Picture - Double Arch

Arches National Park Panoramic Picture - Double Arch

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This panorama of Arches National Park, taken by James Blakeway, highlights the amazing natural stone arch formations known as Double Arch. Arches National Park is in the heart of canyon country in southeastern Utah and is considered one of America’s scenic wonders. The Park preserves 76,679 acres of high desert on the Colorado Plateau, punctuated by rocky ridges, canyons, fins, towers, monoliths, pinnacles, and more than 2,000 arches. The larger arch of Double Arch is the tallest and third widest of the arches in the Park, which range from sliver thin cracks with a minimum opening of three feet, to one arch with an opening of more than 300 feet.
Arches National Park Panoramic Picture - Broken Arch

Arches National Park Panoramic Picture - Broken Arch

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This panorama of Broken Arch at Arches National Park was taken by James Blakeway. The trail to Broken Arch is a mild trek though varied terrain, highlighted by colorful rock gardens. While the Park has a great concentration of these landforms, the hunt for arches in this fractured landscape is not as easy as it may seem. As recently as 1970, official literature stated that the Park contained “nearly 90 arches,” which is less than .05% of the current known total. Three decades of concentrated exploration by a group of dedicated, curious “arch-hunters” has established a scientific protocol for surveying the Park and has documented over 2,000 of its namesake features.
Arches National Park Panoramic Picture - Delicate Arch

Arches National Park Panoramic Picture - Delicate Arch

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This panoramic photograph of Delicate Arch features a late-day view of Arches National Park's most famous icon. Delicate Arch balances at the edge of a canyon and can be reached via a three-mile (round-trip) walking trail. Water and ice, extreme temperatures, underground salt movement and 100 million years of erosion are responsible for the scenery of Arches National Park. Delicate Arch is carved from sandstone deposited during the Jurassic Period some 150 million years ago. There are more than 2000 cataloged arches in the area, including some of the most scenic arches in the world. In the distance are the snow-covered La Sal Mountains.
Bryce Canyon Panoramic Picture

Bryce Canyon Panoramic Picture

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This panoramic photograph of Bryce Canyon was taken by James Blakeway and features a sunrise view of Bryce Amphitheater, one of Bryce Canyon National Park's most visited areas. Bryce Amphitheater is the largest amphitheater in the park. Trails along the rim and through the amphitheater allow for spectacular views for the more than 1.5 million visitors the park has each year. The pillars of rock throughout the amphitheater are called Hoodoos. Hoodoos are created by erosion that has shaped the colorful formations into what start as fins, and then further erode into pinnacles and spires.
Canyonlands National Park Panoramic Picture - Grand View Point Overlook Panorama

Canyonlands National Park Panoramic Picture - Grand View Point Overlook Panorama

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This panorama of Grand View Point in the Island in the Sky District of Canyonlands National Park was taken by James Blakeway. Located on the southern-most spot on the Island in the Sky mesa, Grand View Point is considered to have some of the best views in the Park with sheer cliffs on three sides. The views encompass vast areas of red rock cliffs, distant mountain ranges on the horizon and a complex network of canyons, with the Colorado and Green Rivers acting as the powerful landscaper, carving thousand-foot trenches into the earth. Prominently featured south of Grand View Point and pictured along the horizon to the right is Junction Butte, an isolated mesa of Wingate sandstone.
Canyonlands Panoramic Picture

Canyonlands Panoramic Picture

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This panoramic photograph of Canyonlands National Park was taken by James Blakeway. It features a view of Canyonlands as seen looking through Mesa Arch. Authorized as a national park in 1964, the park contains a maze of deep canyons, mesas, spires, arches, and other geological features carved by wind and water. The air quality in this area is reputed as some of the clearest in the country. The snow-capped La Sal Mountains, visible through Mesa Arch, is approximately thirty-five miles in the distance. To a large degree, Canyonlands remains untrammeled. Its roads are mostly unpaved, its trails primitive, its rivers free-flowing. This is wild America.
Capitol Reef National Park Panoramic Picture - Hickman Bridge Panorama

Capitol Reef National Park Panoramic Picture - Hickman Bridge Panorama

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This panorama of Hickman Bridge, a huge natural bridge found in Capitol Reef National Park, was taken by James Blakeway. This natural bridge is 133 feet long and 125 feet high and was named after Joseph S. Hickman, a local school administrator and Utah legislator. Hickman was an early advocate for the area and organized the “Wayne Wonderland Club” in an effort to promote and preserve the region. The scenic trek to Hickman Bridge shares some of the ecologically-diverse landscape in the Park that is home to a variety of flora and fauna, including approximately 900 plant species and over 340 species of birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians and fish.
Capitol Reef National Park Panoramic Picture - The Castle Panorama

Capitol Reef National Park Panoramic Picture - The Castle Panorama

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This panorama, taken by James Blakeway, features a prominent landmark and popular attraction at Capitol Reef National Park known as The Castle. This craggy sandstone formation, pictured in the center of the photo, is one of many beautiful structures that define the Park’s 243,921 acres and its unmatched geological diversity. A unique characteristic of this region is the nearly 100-mile-long warp in Earth’s crust known as the Waterpocket Fold, a classic monocline. The fold formed over 40 million years ago when a major geologic event reactivated an ancient buried fault, creating one very steep side in an area of otherwise nearly horizontal layers.
Cedar Breaks National Park Panoramic Picture

Cedar Breaks National Park Panoramic Picture

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This panoramic photograph of Cedar Breaks National Monument was taken by James Blakeway and features a late day view of the Cedar Breaks amphitheater. This geologic spectacle is the result of uplift and erosion that created an expanse of cliffs, canyons, columns, and spires that is more than 2,000 feet deep and more than three miles in diameter. From what was once an ancient lake bed located near sea level, these geologic forces are creating the beautiful landscapes of Cedar Breaks and nearby Bryce Canyon National Park. At the right is a 1,700 year-old bristlecone pine tree, which is native to the area's high country, where water is scarce, winds high and soil thin.
Crater Lake National Park Panoramic - Summer

Crater Lake National Park Panoramic - Summer

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This panorama of Crater Lake, taken by James Blakeway, features a stunning blue lake with depths of 1,943 feet and two picturesque islands, surrounded by sheer cliffs almost 2000 feet high. Located in Oregon’s Crater Lake National Park, it is the deepest lake in the United States and ninth deepest in the world. Known for the purest water on earth, the lake is isolated from surrounding streams and rivers, with no inlet or outlet, and receives its primary input from an average of 524 inches of snowfall annually. Almost 7,700 years ago, a 12,000-foot-tall volcano collapsed following a major eruption and created the beautiful lake we know today, whose waters are of unmatched color and clarity.
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National Parks Panoramas

These National Parks pictures capture the geologic wonders that make up the famous National Parks of the United States. Those interested in historical aspects of the U.S. National Park system, including landscape, geomorphology, and regional vegetation should find these National Parks photos of interest. Whether capturing the beautiful variations in colors in naturally eroding rock or the marvels of modern engineering, there is sure to be something in any one of these National Parks pictures that will speak to everyone.

From the temperature extremes of Monument Valley National Park to the snows of Grand Teton National Park, these National Parks panoramas showcase the variation in climate across this park system of the U.S. The views into the Grand Canyon National Park are especially exceptional, with stunning panoramic photography displaying much more of these beautiful views than can be captured with traditional photography.

These panoramic National Parks pictures are perfect to display in any environment and show off the wonder that is Mother Nature. Some of these National Parks photos, such as from Arches National Park, are especially amazing when considering the delicate arch formations were carved in a timespan of over 100 million years of erosion. The Cedar Breaks National Park panorama features an amazing contrast in imagery, with a 1,700 year-old bristlecone pine tree positioned at the edge of an expanse of canyons and cliffs.

With the wonder and natural beauty present in these National Parks pictures, it's no wonder why so many people enjoy displaying these images on their wall. These National Parks pictures provide a sense of amazement to any who view them, and are sure to make a statement in your own home or office.