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Amphitheater Boy amid four levels of consciousness
13-APR-2006

Amphitheater Boy amid four levels of consciousness

Stream amphitheater below Shafer Trail, Utah view map


In this view looking northeast, the levels of consciousness are:
1) Amphitheater floor (grass, sagebrush, and cow pies);
2) Head of the explorer (non-functioning area due to its
being overwhelmed by the scenery);
3) Shelf ("level" area just above the big shadow; location
of San Juan County Road 142);
4) Mesa at top (location of Dead Horse Point State Park).

San Juan County Road 142 (casually but incorrectly called “Shafer Trail”), curves around this amphitheater.

This image would not have been possible without the level and
conscious support of my personal assistant, Joe Tripod.


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Dave Beedon16-Jul-2006 01:59
I tried to do just that, Dan, in order to improve the shot, but that part of the file was locked. Do you have the key?
dan dunn29-Jun-2006 04:28
Beautiful shot Dave, but I would've cloned -out the central figure....
1moremile28-Jun-2006 22:37
So be it, Kemosabe.
Dave Beedon27-May-2006 00:37
Larry, I learned long ago to bend the truth to suit my purposes.
1moremile26-May-2006 23:46
Wow. You know your trivia. I admire that. I thought it was Texas somewhere because he was a Texas Ranger, wasn't he?
Dave Beedon22-May-2006 23:04
Keep those nice comments coming, Larry---I need all the help I can get, even if you're feeding me a lie. The Lone Ranger might have been in these parts, but he got the silver from Tonto sandstone in the Grand Canyon.
1moremile22-May-2006 22:58
Nice. #2 description is a little off, though. Anything except empty head. That top part looks like a cave door that is blocked. Is that where Clayton Moore got the silver?
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