No, it's the Painted Cove Trail. You can walk among, but not on, the colorful mounds.
John Day Fossil Beds National Monument
Painted Hills Unit
Part of The Great American West series.
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great view with the trees in the back ground
22 Jul 2012 7:03am
. . $hhhh . . they said not to $ay ! . .
22 Jul 2012 7:44am
Wonderful view. Nice textures. Great shot. :)
22 Jul 2012 8:31am
des courbes fascinantes !!!:)
22 Jul 2012 8:58am
22 Jul 2012 9:18am
22 Jul 2012 9:58am
Are there trees on Mars?
Nice framing that lets the eye roam all around the picture!
22 Jul 2012 10:04am
22 Jul 2012 10:36am
Still an amazing opportunity to show off these wonderful landscape detail shots.
22 Jul 2012 3:10pm
Amazing . Superb composition ;
22 Jul 2012 3:33pm
this is exactly where I live, did you go in Arizona... well blended natural colors...
22 Jul 2012 4:27pm
@Sue-Ann: Eastern Oregon.
Nice view, well captured
22 Jul 2012 6:13pm
Why one can not walk there, to protect the site? Impressive landscape with fabulous colors contasts !!!
22 Jul 2012 9:14pm
@Baldwin VW: Footprints would destroy the delicate surface and would probably lead to erosion. However, in the larger landscape, you can see game trails probably made by deer.
I love the curves and colors.
22 Jul 2012 9:51pm
23 Jul 2012 2:20am
So soft !
23 Jul 2012 7:51am
Wonderful series, Steve, shapes & colors !
24 Jul 2012 7:27am
The change in colour is so delineated... fascinating.
25 Jul 2012 5:53pm
Extraordinary your series but I stop on this one, we would believe the leather of an animal !
31 Jul 2012 5:41pm
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