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23 April 2012

The Three Graces


This rock formation in the Garden of the Gods is known as the Three Graces, and it's easily accessible via a paved trail. It's a dramatic, almost sculpture-like formation from any angle.

5 comments:

Jude said...

I guess I'll never understand the excitement people feel about Garden of the Gods. Yes, I want to tell them, it's a little weird and mildly interesting to have a red-rock sandstone formation HERE, but if you travel a couple of hundred miles west, you'll find half a state filled with them.

Rambling Round said...

I can see why this is called Garden of the Gods. Gorgeous scenery.

Tamera said...

Spoken like a true local, Jude! ;^)

Randy said...

I think they are just lovely.

Dan McClintock said...

We are so fortunate to have such a beautiful rock formation in our own backyard.Not to mention a 14,000 foot peak right behind it. Colorado Springs has some of the most pristine natural formations in the world. It's simply gorgeous and we're lucky to be able to see it every day. Utah can suck it!