Sedna~

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Alien Talking Heads.

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Sedna’s Queens. Obviously we are not in Sedna, but we may as well be. I also made up these names.

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The surface of Sedna. Sedna is thought to be the most distant dwarf planet in our solar system and was discovered in 2003.

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The enthroned Queen. We are in Arches National Park in Utah which looks like a cross between Petra, Egypt, and some alien world.

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The Four Pharoahs.

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Valley of the Kings.

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Tower of Babel.

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Munch’s Balancing Brain.
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Climbing Devils Thumb. (Click to enlarge the photo and you can see the technical climber about thrity feet from the summit.)

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Anteojos. (Glasses in Spanish)
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Six-shooter.
Cheers to you from Arches National Park in Utah~
We are traveling between Arches and Canyonlands National Parks, and Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park, so internet is spotty, but I will touch base with you when I can.

289 thoughts on “Sedna~

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  2. Las fotos son espectaculares. Son auténticas esculturas de la Naturaleza, y el colorido es precioso. Gracias, Cindy por compartir estas maravillas. Un abrazo amiga ❤

  3. Excellent. Interesting contrast in images and origin of the name. The planet Sedna was named in honour of Sedna, the Inuit goddess of the sea, who is thought to live at the bottom of the frigid Arctic Ocean. 🙂

    • Some of them seem so impossibly balanced and placed that they defty explanation. How did that get there? How does it stay there? Mother Nature knows. I sure don’t.

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  5. Enjoying these pictures again reminded me of what I saw with my first viewing; I am very tiny, and, considering my “stature” relative to the rest of creation, my ego is immense.

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