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Ringing the Changes

Approaching Sedona from the south, through Oak Creek Canyon, the eponymous Bell Rock is impossible to miss.  A butte, composed of horizontally bedded sedimentary rock of the Permian Supai Formation, it stands 1468 m. tall.  It’s undeniable shape stands out amongst the surrounding red rocks.

Here it is from 2 different perspectives, portrait and landscape:







Linked to the WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge: One Shot Two Ways.

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