A massive boulder was carried and dropped on this bluff in a more ancient time. More obvious signs of what moved this stone here can be seen in the deep scratches and grooves in the sheered off granite rock the boulder lies on.
During the last Ice Age, this canyon in the Wasatch mountains of Utah was covered in snow and ice as slow moving glaciers helped carve these steep, rugged canyons.
Twin Peaks Wilderness, Utah.
Canon 5D. 17-40 L. 3GHS. CPL.