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Raplee Anticline near Mexican Hat by Jim Maire Location: Just East of Mexican Hat near Mexican Hat Rock
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funny how it can project differently.


LOL - on the small thumbnail photo I thought it was a late of sandwiches!


jacki2, my guess is that the photographer is standing on red ridge and looking down the layers of formation.
Mexican Hat is a remnant of a sandstone layer of the Halgaito Formation, a rock unit formed from sediments deposited on a coastal plain next to a shallow seaway during Late Pennsylvanian time. The ridge line in the distance is the crest of the Raplee Anticline, a long narrow folded upwarp that formed during the Laramide Orogeny (between about 70 to 50 million years ago). Subsequent erosion has exposed the ancient sedimentary formations (Halgaito and older Honaker Trail Formations) that form the core of the Raplee Anticline. The details you may find is here


Mexican Hat is a census-designated place (CDP) on the San Juan River in south-central San Juan County, Utah, United States. The population was 31 at the 2010 census, a sharp decline from the previous two censuses. This is from Wiki.
Southern Utah is a full of wonderful colors, specially red. I haven't seen this one in person, but love to visit in the near future.


Google says, "an unusually shaped rock in southern Utah from which the nearby town of Mexican Hat gets its name. "


interesting but i'm not sure what i am looking at. is this a long view?

It is hard to believe this is real. I would love to see this.

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