This shot is a good example of microclimates. On the right is a north facing slope, and you can see how the snow on it has barely melted. On the left is a south facing slope, and the snow has completely melted and the rock has completely dried. Very neat!
This image is from the presentation "Exploring the Escalante - Main Narrative: Phipps Arch, Lower Calf Creek, Bighorn Canyon, Coyote Gulch".

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