Zion National Park is formed by a 24 km long and a 800 m deep gap. The gap has arisen because of the demolition of the Virgin River. This now calm river can come to a splashing water after winter. In the melting water, many rocks and debris are dragged. Pieces are clearly visible on the picture.
This artworks is offered by Loek van de Loo
Loek van de Loo takes photos all over the world. Landscapes and street photography are important pillars in his work. In meeting people all over the world, he looks for opportunities to build bridges through photographic images. Not all my work is suitable for hanging on the wall. Other work can be seen at http://www.lvdloo.nl