WIth an engaging sense of humor, photographer and geologist Jeff Dunn provides a unique visual take on the size, severity, and sublimity of America's largest national park outside of Alaska. Dramatic photographs of the badlands, dunes, and unusually moist conditions are supplemented with wry observations, geologic diagrams, and surprise illustrations of how rocks tumble and how a ridge and a pond can look like a whale.
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