Arizona Vermillion Cliffs Pictures
The White Pocket is a remote, disreputably hard-to-reach scrap of stonework hidden inside the desert area of Vermillion Cliffs National Monument close to the Arizona/Utah border. The whole area is enclosed in a gray stony layer, from time to time merely a few centimeters broad, on top of the red stonework where the formation heave and drop that make the whole landscape seem like as if it was enclosed with icing darling. In a number of spots the stone layers are totally twisted, just like a huge marble cake. Its really beautiful.