September 9, 2015

Goblins and Horseshoe Canyon

By Andrea Luella Gohl
Goblin Valley State Park
August 27, 2015

N   38°33.7’
W 110°42.1’
Elevation: 4867 feet

We spent 2 nights at Goblin Valley State Park, which acted as a jumping point to access Horseshoe Canyon.  During our time here we experienced the (near) full moon rising over the Goblins.  The name seemed appropriate as the moon casted shadows on the structures and gave them each their own animate personality. 

Paintings in Horseshoe Canyon inspired a variety of poses; a modern performance in front of the ancient.

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