Split Personality Stone
Split Personality Stone in Coyote Buttes South
Half and Half
February 2018: Half and Half is famous among stones for the split personality with half being yellow and half being purple. The lines and stripes run through the stone and along in surrounding grounds. This amazing little stone is gorgeous!
The Lined Rock
The Lined Rock is also known as "Half and Half"
Control Tower of Coyote Buttes South
Control Tower of Coyote Buttes South lies in a central location. It's quite fragile and amazing.
Weird World of Coyote Buttes South
Weird World of Coyote Buttes South with strange creatures of stone
Beaked Stone Monster
Beaked Stone Monster hangs over the hills and teepees of Coyote Buttes South.
White Wave with Red Stripes
White Wave with Red Stripes of color in the sandstone.
The Coming White Stone Wave
The Coming White Stone Wave photographed in a moving panorama.
Within the White Barrel Wave
Within the White Barrel Wave where the lines of red and yellow are so close and apparent.
What a Wave!
What a Wave! I love this amazing location for southwest photography.
Waves and Stripes
Waves and Stripes in Coyote Buttes
White Wave Changes Direction
White Wave Changes Direction: sandstone wave of Coyote Buttes South moves at a right angle midway through its' long course.
Looking out of the Wave
Looking out of the White Barrel Wave
White Barrel Wave Detail
White Barrel Wave Detail shows how fine and colorful the intricate patterns.
The White Barrel Wave with Bush
The White Barrel Wave with Bush and smaller sandstone rocks. This high, long and wide wave rivals the Wave of Coyote Buttes North.
Looking South of Coyote Buttes South
Looking South of Coyote Buttes South into the further field of Teepees.
Brush at the White Barrel Wave
Brush at the White Barrel Wave in Arizona
Breaking Stone Wave
Breaking Stone Wave in Coyote Buttes
White Barrel Wave Vertical
White Barrel Wave Vertical Detail
Coyote Buttes Teepees
Coyote Buttes Teepees, a winter view.
Teepee Decoration: The name "teepee" is given to these conical sandstone formation in the desert. The walls of this teepee are the most colorful I've ever seen with amazing lines of red, pink, orange, yellow and white.
Rainbow Rock in the wilds of Arizona
View From Under a Shelf 2
View From Under a Shelf 2 with a teepee and the Paria wilderness in the distance.
Tree and Airplane at Coyote Buttes
Tree and Airplane at Coyote Buttes: Look up and you'll see them.
Red Teepee with Green Juniper
Red Teepee with Green Juniper on top
Pastel Pink Wave
Pastel Pink Wave threading through the floor or yellow standstone.
Sage and Teepee
Sage and Teepee in South Coyote Buttes.
Teepee Burning with Color
Teepee Burning with Color: This sole teepee blushes in red sunrise light.
North and South Teepee Sunrise
North and South Teepee Sunrise: Nearby twin teepees of Coyote Buttes South catch the amber light of sunrise while the distant North Teepees glow in orange and red.
Firestone as the desert sun strikes red stone.
Colorful Candy Rocks
January 2018: Colorful Candy Rocks of Coyote Buttes South at the overlook at dawn.
Lines and Towers
Lines and Towers (Version 2) of Coyote Buttes South alternate yellow, orange, pink, red, salmon. The sunrise clouds are pink and the whole world is color and more color. It's a sensory overload and wonderful to witness.
Glorious New Desert Day
Glorious New Desert Day on the Coyote Buttes
Tallest Cottonwood Teepee
Tallest Cottonwood Teepee catches the morning rays of light on Coyote Buttes South. The colorful sandstone is an artist's palatte!
Rock Candy -- Arizona Dawn
Rock Candy -- Arizona Dawn is taken at Coyote Buttes South. Striped yellow and orange sandstone form tall teepees, seen here in the purple glow of dawn.
Coyote Yellow Dawn
Coyote Yellow Dawn: from a vantage point deep in the Vermillion Cliffs National Monument, this view looks out towards The Dive and Buckskin Gulch. Between me and those distant beacons stand the Cottonwood Teepee and the North Teepees of Coyote Buttes. Dawn and sunrise are spectacular here!
Yucca and the Queen
Yucca and the Queen: taken from a low angle in Coyote Buttes south to include green yucca and the glowing orange Queen