Eelko Gielis

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Sulphur Creek Falls, Capitol Reef State Park, Utah

Sulphur Creek Falls, Capitol Reef State Park, Utah

Hamburger Rocks, Capitol Reef National Park

Hamburger Rocks, Capitol Reef National Park

Little Wild Horse Canyon, Utah.

Little Wild Horse Canyon, Utah.

Buckskin Gulch inParia Canyon, Kanab area, Utah, is the longest and deepest slot canyon in the SW U.S.

Buckskin Gulch inParia Canyon, Kanab area, Utah, is the longest and deepest slot canyon in the SW U.S.

Little Wild Horse Canyon - Goblin Valley State Park

Little Wild Horse Canyon - Goblin Valley State Park

Balance Bike Plans - Children's Outdoor Plans and Projects | WoodArchivist.com

Balance Bike Plans - Children's Outdoor Plans and Projects | WoodArchivist.com

San Rafael Desert, Goblin Valley -Anne McKinnell

San Rafael Desert, Goblin Valley -Anne McKinnell

Zebra slot canyon, Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, Utah

Zebra slot canyon, Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, Utah

Utah's Route 12 is a jaw-dropping, 122-mile tour of multiple national parks and some of the West's most dramatic landscapes. Both Bryce Canyon and Capitol Reef national parks

Utah's Route 12 is a jaw-dropping, 122-mile tour of multiple national parks and some of the West's most dramatic landscapes. Both Bryce Canyon and Capitol Reef national parks

Two spectacular and famous nebulae — the Eagle Nebula and Omega Nebula — share the stage with their lesser-known neighbor, a glowing cloud called Sharpless 2-54, in this image from ESO’s VLT Survey Telescope in Chile. This trio of nebulae — the Omega Nebula (top), Eagle (center), and Sharpless 2-54 (bottom) — makes up just a portion of a vast complex of gas and dust within which new stars are springing to life and illuminating their surroundings. Image credit: ESO.

Two spectacular and famous nebulae — the Eagle Nebula and Omega Nebula — share the stage with their lesser-known neighbor, a glowing cloud called Sharpless 2-54, in this image from ESO’s VLT Survey Telescope in Chile. This trio of nebulae — the Omega Nebula (top), Eagle (center), and Sharpless 2-54 (bottom) — makes up just a portion of a vast complex of gas and dust within which new stars are springing to life and illuminating their surroundings. Image credit: ESO.