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  • (POOL FILTERS) May filter dirt from the water at the cartridge surface or allow penetration of smaller suspended particles into internal interstices.
  • Alter in terms of
  • Make or become different
  • Make or become a different substance entirely; transform
  • cause to change; make different; cause a transformation; "The advent of the automobile may have altered the growth pattern of the city"; "The discussion has changed my thinking about the issue"
  • undergo a change; become different in essence; losing one's or its original nature; "She changed completely as she grew older"; "The weather changed last night"
  • an event that occurs when something passes from one state or phase to another; "the change was intended to increase sales"; "this storm is certainly a change for the worse"; "the neighborhood had undergone few modifications since his last visit years ago"
  • A loose granular substance, typically pale yellowish brown, resulting from the erosion of siliceous and other rocks and forming a major constituent of beaches, riverbeds, the seabed, and deserts
  • An expanse of sand, typically along a shore
  • a loose material consisting of grains of rock or coral
  • A stratum of sandstone or compacted sand
  • French writer known for works concerning women's rights and independence (1804-1876)
  • sandpaper: rub with sandpaper; "sandpaper the wooden surface"

Scenic Hop Valley HDR
Scenic Hop Valley HDR
brief HDR test. note the trippy cloud movement between exposures, view large. *HDR produced in Photoshop Photomerge Hop Valley is located some 20 miles southeast of Cedar City utah. hike 'bout seven miles in and you'll hit a side cnayon. go 1/2 mile up it too to find Kolob arch, which is directly behind this pictures location. yes, i took pcitures of the arch but the late afternoon sun was not about to let me get any good shots. fun 15 miler hike on flat land; easy enough to bag in one day, although I'd recommend making it slower and enjoyable by camping near the arch. near Kolob Canyon, Zion NP, Utah ---------------------------------------Zion NP-------------------------------------- -------------------------------------a brief guide by JT------------------------ The guide is a constant work in progress. Check back often. Last updated: 10/17/11. This guide is dedicated to the most amazing place in the world: Zion National park --------------------Zion North-------------------- =====Hikes===== --Hop Valley to Kolob Arch 6/10 Moderate length, gradual hike to the 2nd longest arch in the world! A very scenic hidden gem of Zion NP's lesser known North section -What rocks: seeing Kolob arch and apreciating it's shear size and awesome beauty. You really can't safely hike up right to the arch. It's up on a steep sandstone face. -What sucks: Hiking this Apr-Aug. Hiking in fairly exposed open terrain. Use small river to filter H20. --------------------Zion South-------------------- =====Hikes===== --Zion Narrows 9/10 River-walking hike through a sandstone zen. 16 mile long, very gradual hike. Starts out in open exposed and surprisingly green country. You will wonder 'hey where are all these redrocks and narrows?' From the trailhead you follow a dirt road for a mile or two. Then a dirt trail which will intertwine often with the very warm and tame clearish/brown North Fork Virgin river. This lasts for 6 miles, until the confluence of Deep Creek and North Fork. Deep Creek is faster moving, wider, very greenish, and colder. Take time to stop and note the different colors of each river before they join. From here the canyon will narrow a bit, and sunlight becomes more sparse. The trail will cross the river often and I would advise sticking to the dry trail until you have to cross the river. I reccommend getting the furthest campsite possible. This makes for a more enjoyable hike the second day. On the second day/overhalfway (depending on where you camp) through the hike is when you see the 'Narrows'. The river constricts (about 10-15' wide at minimum) and the canyon walls go wayyyy up. Daylight is fairly sparse and the river gets deeper. Wading and even swimming if you desire. You can easily float on your pack if everything is airtight or if you have enough bouyancy. After the narrow section there are huge rocks you must climb over. Nearby there is one ideal spot (on the east side) for 15-20' cliff jumping. Throughout the hike note various side canyons, tributaries, and rappel exits which all feed into the river. South of the Deep Creek confluence you will see (In order and on the west side): Kolob Creek, Goose Creek, Big Springs,and Imlay Canyon (up high). After that (on the east side) you'll see: Orderville Canyon, and the famous Mystery Canyon waterfall. The coolest, most famous side canyon to explore is Orderville. Def do Orderville if you have the time its a cool little hike with shallow pools and rocks to scramble all over. It's fun to leave your pack near the entrance on dry ground and run (as you now feel weightless) to the waterfall at the end of Orderville. From the entrance to Orderville its a home free jaunt past the Mystery Canyon waterfall on your East (left) side you can't miss it. By now you should be seeing many more tourists and the hike is nearly over. Once you hit the pavement you have a mile on that to go before hitting the shuttles. Overall the the hike can be described in one word: Awesome. Do this at least once before you die!! -What rocks: A scenic hike down Virgin river over and through some of the most beautiful and diverse landscape that Zion has to offer. -What sucks: 2 things. These are overpacking and rushing it. Take your time. Take it ALL in. LOOK AROUND! Stop here and there and enjoy it!! If you hang your head the hike will be over before you know it and you wont remember much. Also DO NOT take too heavy a pack. It's one night so you won't need alot of food or gear!! --West Rim Trail 5/10 A bird's-eye waltz through geological history. Long, fairly gradual hike offering quality crowd escape. You will see the north-westernish end of Zion NP in a whole new light. Scenic panoramas and dark forboding canyon chasm views (read Heaps Canyon) are all in the norm. -What rocks: Stunning views. Seeing Zion from the cliff edge near Phantom Valley. As you stand on the edge you can imagine a time lapse taking place, a bold testament to all the time, fury, and elements involved in maki
Dusk Dreaming....
Dusk Dreaming....
Cleveland's transformation from day to night..... Taken with Nikon D90 baby, a Lee 1.2 hard grad filter and some selective use with a Lee Tobacco filter.... This has obviously had some colour saturation in Photoshop.... but I think the colours are incredible.... random pools of water in the sand pick up the colours on the horizon. I dream of a world where sunrise and sunset exist all day :-). When I look at this image, I am reminded of lyrics in a song written by Stevie Nicks.... Sara.... "Hold on, the night is coming, and the starling flew for days and days ~ all I ever wanted, was to know that you were dreaming..... there's a hearbeat, and it never really died...." - written by Stevie Nicks - appears on Tusk (1979); Fleetwood Mac Live (1980); Fleetwood Mac Greatest Hits (1988); Fleetwood Mac - The Chain (1992); The Very Best of Fleetwood Mac (2002) - released as single; b-side That’s Enough For Me (U.S. & U.K. December 1979) - Hit #7 on the U.S. Billboard Charts Sara Wait a minute baby. . . Stay with me awhile Said you'd give me light But you never told me about the fire Drowning in the sea of love Where everyone would love to drown And now it's gone It doesn't matter anymore When you build your house Call me home And he was just like a great dark wing Within the wings of a storm I think I had met my match--he was singing And undoing the laces Undoing the laces Drowning in the sea of love Where everyone would love to drown And now it's gone It doesn't matter anymore When you build your house Call me home Hold on The night is coming and the starling flew for days I'd stay home at night all the time I'd go anywhere, anywhere Ask me and I'm there because I care Sara, you're the poet in my heart Never change, never stop And now it's gone It doesn't matter what for When you build your house I'll come by Drowning in the sea of love Where everyone would love to drown And now it's gone It doesn't matter anymore When you build your house Call me home All I ever wanted Was to know that you were dreaming (There's a heartbeat And it never really died)

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