Swamp Photos

The Tree of Eons, a spectacular dendritic formation in the Bentonic Hills of Utah. Fantastic colorful sedimentary patterns, ancient Bentonite layers are exposed through erosion in the Utah Badlands. The Bentonite Hills are composed of the Brushy Basin shale member of the Morrison Formation. This layer was formed during Jurassic times when mud, silt, fine sand, and volcanic ash were deposited in swamps and lakes.  Photographed just before sunrise with soft pre-dawn illumination. Aerial panoramic photograph
The Tree of Eons, a spectacular dendritic formation in the Bentonic Hills of Utah. Fantastic colorful sedimentary patterns, ancient Bentonite layers are exposed through erosion in the Utah Badlands. The Bentonite Hills are composed of the Brushy Basin shale member of the Morrison Formation. This layer was formed during Jurassic times when mud, silt, fine sand, and volcanic ash were deposited in swamps and lakes. Photographed just before sunrise with soft pre-dawn illumination. Aerial panoramic photograph.
Location: Utah
Image ID: 37951  
Panorama dimensions: 11000 x 15000
Fantastic colorful sedimentary patterns of Bentonite layers, seen as striations exposed in the Utah Badlands. The Bentonite Hills are composed of the Brushy Basin shale member of the Morrison Formation formed during Jurassic times when mud, silt, fine sand, and volcanic ash were deposited in swamps and lakes into layers, now revealed through erosion. Aerial photograph
Fantastic colorful sedimentary patterns of Bentonite layers, seen as striations exposed in the Utah Badlands. The Bentonite Hills are composed of the Brushy Basin shale member of the Morrison Formation formed during Jurassic times when mud, silt, fine sand, and volcanic ash were deposited in swamps and lakes into layers, now revealed through erosion. Aerial photograph.
Location: Utah
Image ID: 37947  
Fantastic colorful sedimentary patterns, Bentonite layers are seen as striations exposed in the Utah Badlands. The Bentonite Hills are composed of the Brushy Basin shale member of the Morrison Formation. This layer was formed during Jurassic times when mud, silt, fine sand, and volcanic ash were deposited in swamps and lakes. Aerial photograph
Fantastic colorful sedimentary patterns, Bentonite layers are seen as striations exposed in the Utah Badlands. The Bentonite Hills are composed of the Brushy Basin shale member of the Morrison Formation. This layer was formed during Jurassic times when mud, silt, fine sand, and volcanic ash were deposited in swamps and lakes. Aerial photograph.
Location: Utah
Image ID: 38029  
African elephant herd, drinking water at a swamp, Amboseli National Park, Kenya, Loxodonta africana
African elephant herd, drinking water at a swamp, Amboseli National Park, Kenya.
Species: African elephant, Loxodonta africana
Location: Amboseli National Park, Kenya
Image ID: 29529  
Snowy egret, Mission Bay, San Diego. The snowy egret can be found in marshes, swamps, shorelines, mudflats and ponds.  The snowy egret eats shrimp, minnows and other small fish,  crustaceans and frogs.  It is found on all coasts of North America and, in winter, into South America
Snowy egret, Mission Bay, San Diego. The snowy egret can be found in marshes, swamps, shorelines, mudflats and ponds. The snowy egret eats shrimp, minnows and other small fish, crustaceans and frogs. It is found on all coasts of North America and, in winter, into South America.
Image ID: 36823  
Fantastic colorful sedimentary patterns, Bentonite layers are seen as striations exposed in the Utah Badlands, part of the Brushy Basin shale member of the Morrison Formation. This layer was formed during Jurassic times when mud, silt, fine sand, and volcanic ash were deposited in swamps and lakes.  Aerial photograph
Fantastic colorful sedimentary patterns, Bentonite layers are seen as striations exposed in the Utah Badlands, part of the Brushy Basin shale member of the Morrison Formation. This layer was formed during Jurassic times when mud, silt, fine sand, and volcanic ash were deposited in swamps and lakes. Aerial photograph.
Location: Utah
Image ID: 38019  
Dawn breaks over the Bentonite Hills in the Utah Badlands.  Striations in soil reveal layers of the Morrison Formation, formed in swamps and lakes in the Jurassic era. Aerial panoramic photograph
Dawn breaks over the Bentonite Hills in the Utah Badlands. Striations in soil reveal layers of the Morrison Formation, formed in swamps and lakes in the Jurassic era. Aerial panoramic photograph.
Location: Utah
Image ID: 38062  
Dawn breaks over the Bentonite Hills in the Utah Badlands.  Striations in soil reveal layers of the Morrison Formation, formed in swamps and lakes in the Jurassic era. Aerial panoramic photograph
Dawn breaks over the Bentonite Hills in the Utah Badlands. Striations in soil reveal layers of the Morrison Formation, formed in swamps and lakes in the Jurassic era. Aerial panoramic photograph.
Location: Utah
Image ID: 38065  
Fantastic colorful sedimentary patterns of Bentonite layers, seen as striations exposed in the Utah Badlands. The Bentonite Hills are composed of the Brushy Basin shale member of the Morrison Formation formed during Jurassic times when mud, silt, fine sand, and volcanic ash were deposited in swamps and lakes into layers, now revealed through erosion. Aerial photograph
Fantastic colorful sedimentary patterns of Bentonite layers, seen as striations exposed in the Utah Badlands. The Bentonite Hills are composed of the Brushy Basin shale member of the Morrison Formation formed during Jurassic times when mud, silt, fine sand, and volcanic ash were deposited in swamps and lakes into layers, now revealed through erosion. Aerial photograph.
Location: Utah
Image ID: 38067  
Snowy egret, Mission Bay, San Diego. The snowy egret can be found in marshes, swamps, shorelines, mudflats and ponds.  The snowy egret eats shrimp, minnows and other small fish,  crustaceans and frogs.  It is found on all coasts of North America and, in winter, into South America
Snowy egret, Mission Bay, San Diego. The snowy egret can be found in marshes, swamps, shorelines, mudflats and ponds. The snowy egret eats shrimp, minnows and other small fish, crustaceans and frogs. It is found on all coasts of North America and, in winter, into South America.
Image ID: 36824  
Snowy egret, Mission Bay, San Diego. The snowy egret can be found in marshes, swamps, shorelines, mudflats and ponds.  The snowy egret eats shrimp, minnows and other small fish,  crustaceans and frogs.  It is found on all coasts of North America and, in winter, into South America
Snowy egret, Mission Bay, San Diego. The snowy egret can be found in marshes, swamps, shorelines, mudflats and ponds. The snowy egret eats shrimp, minnows and other small fish, crustaceans and frogs. It is found on all coasts of North America and, in winter, into South America.
Image ID: 36825  
Fantastic colorful sedimentary patterns, Bentonite layers are seen as striations exposed in the Utah Badlands, part of the Brushy Basin shale member of the Morrison Formation. This layer was formed during Jurassic times when mud, silt, fine sand, and volcanic ash were deposited in swamps and lakes.  Aerial photograph
Fantastic colorful sedimentary patterns, Bentonite layers are seen as striations exposed in the Utah Badlands, part of the Brushy Basin shale member of the Morrison Formation. This layer was formed during Jurassic times when mud, silt, fine sand, and volcanic ash were deposited in swamps and lakes. Aerial photograph.
Location: Utah
Image ID: 38020  
Fantastic colorful sedimentary patterns, Bentonite layers are seen as striations exposed in the Utah Badlands, part of the Brushy Basin shale member of the Morrison Formation. This layer was formed during Jurassic times when mud, silt, fine sand, and volcanic ash were deposited in swamps and lakes.  Aerial photograph
Fantastic colorful sedimentary patterns, Bentonite layers are seen as striations exposed in the Utah Badlands, part of the Brushy Basin shale member of the Morrison Formation. This layer was formed during Jurassic times when mud, silt, fine sand, and volcanic ash were deposited in swamps and lakes. Aerial photograph.
Location: Utah
Image ID: 38021  
Fantastic colorful sedimentary patterns, Bentonite layers are seen as striations exposed in the Utah Badlands. The Bentonite Hills are composed of the Brushy Basin shale member of the Morrison Formation. This layer was formed during Jurassic times when mud, silt, fine sand, and volcanic ash were deposited in swamps and lakes. Aerial photograph
Fantastic colorful sedimentary patterns, Bentonite layers are seen as striations exposed in the Utah Badlands. The Bentonite Hills are composed of the Brushy Basin shale member of the Morrison Formation. This layer was formed during Jurassic times when mud, silt, fine sand, and volcanic ash were deposited in swamps and lakes. Aerial photograph.
Location: Utah
Image ID: 38030  
Fantastic colorful sedimentary patterns of Bentonite layers, seen as striations exposed in the Utah Badlands. The Bentonite Hills are composed of the Brushy Basin shale member of the Morrison Formation formed during Jurassic times when mud, silt, fine sand, and volcanic ash were deposited in swamps and lakes into layers, now revealed through erosion. Aerial photograph
Fantastic colorful sedimentary patterns of Bentonite layers, seen as striations exposed in the Utah Badlands. The Bentonite Hills are composed of the Brushy Basin shale member of the Morrison Formation formed during Jurassic times when mud, silt, fine sand, and volcanic ash were deposited in swamps and lakes into layers, now revealed through erosion. Aerial photograph.
Location: Utah
Image ID: 38047  
Dawn breaks over the Bentonite Hills in the Utah Badlands.  Striations in soil reveal layers of the Morrison Formation, formed in swamps and lakes in the Jurassic era. Aerial panoramic photograph
Dawn breaks over the Bentonite Hills in the Utah Badlands. Striations in soil reveal layers of the Morrison Formation, formed in swamps and lakes in the Jurassic era. Aerial panoramic photograph.
Location: Utah
Image ID: 38048  
Fantastic colorful sedimentary patterns of Bentonite layers, seen as striations exposed in the Utah Badlands. The Bentonite Hills are composed of the Brushy Basin shale member of the Morrison Formation formed during Jurassic times when mud, silt, fine sand, and volcanic ash were deposited in swamps and lakes into layers, now revealed through erosion. Aerial photograph
Fantastic colorful sedimentary patterns of Bentonite layers, seen as striations exposed in the Utah Badlands. The Bentonite Hills are composed of the Brushy Basin shale member of the Morrison Formation formed during Jurassic times when mud, silt, fine sand, and volcanic ash were deposited in swamps and lakes into layers, now revealed through erosion. Aerial photograph.
Location: Utah
Image ID: 38053  
Fantastic colorful sedimentary patterns of Bentonite layers, seen as striations exposed in the Utah Badlands. The Bentonite Hills are composed of the Brushy Basin shale member of the Morrison Formation formed during Jurassic times when mud, silt, fine sand, and volcanic ash were deposited in swamps and lakes into layers, now revealed through erosion. Aerial photograph
Fantastic colorful sedimentary patterns of Bentonite layers, seen as striations exposed in the Utah Badlands. The Bentonite Hills are composed of the Brushy Basin shale member of the Morrison Formation formed during Jurassic times when mud, silt, fine sand, and volcanic ash were deposited in swamps and lakes into layers, now revealed through erosion. Aerial photograph.
Location: Utah
Image ID: 38056  
Dawn breaks over the Bentonite Hills in the Utah Badlands.  Striations in soil reveal layers of the Morrison Formation, formed in swamps and lakes in the Jurassic era. Aerial panoramic photograph
Dawn breaks over the Bentonite Hills in the Utah Badlands. Striations in soil reveal layers of the Morrison Formation, formed in swamps and lakes in the Jurassic era. Aerial panoramic photograph.
Location: Utah
Image ID: 38060  
Amboseli National Park swamp viewed from Observation Hill, panoramic photo
Amboseli National Park swamp viewed from Observation Hill, panoramic photo.
Location: Amboseli National Park, Kenya
Image ID: 29578  
Panorama dimensions: 4611 x 22687
African elephant herd, drinking water at a swamp, Amboseli National Park, Kenya, Loxodonta africana
African elephant herd, drinking water at a swamp, Amboseli National Park, Kenya.
Species: African elephant, Loxodonta africana
Location: Amboseli National Park, Kenya
Image ID: 29526  
African elephant herd, drinking water at a swamp, Amboseli National Park, Kenya, Loxodonta africana
African elephant herd, drinking water at a swamp, Amboseli National Park, Kenya.
Species: African elephant, Loxodonta africana
Location: Amboseli National Park, Kenya
Image ID: 29530  
Snowy egret.  The snowy egret can be found in marshes, swamps, shorelines, mudflats and ponds.  The snowy egret eats shrimp, minnows and other small fish,  crustaceans and frogs.  It is found on all coasts of North America and, in winter, into South America, Egretta thula, La Jolla, California
Snowy egret. The snowy egret can be found in marshes, swamps, shorelines, mudflats and ponds. The snowy egret eats shrimp, minnows and other small fish, crustaceans and frogs. It is found on all coasts of North America and, in winter, into South America.
Species: Snowy egret, Egretta thula
Location: La Jolla, California
Image ID: 15291  
Snowy egret.  The snowy egret can be found in marshes, swamps, shorelines, mudflats and ponds.  The snowy egret eats shrimp, minnows and other small fish,  crustaceans and frogs.  It is found on all coasts of North America and, in winter, into South America, Egretta thula, La Jolla, California
Snowy egret. The snowy egret can be found in marshes, swamps, shorelines, mudflats and ponds. The snowy egret eats shrimp, minnows and other small fish, crustaceans and frogs. It is found on all coasts of North America and, in winter, into South America.
Species: Snowy egret, Egretta thula
Location: La Jolla, California
Image ID: 15292  
Snowy egret.  The snowy egret can be found in marshes, swamps, shorelines, mudflats and ponds.  The snowy egret eats shrimp, minnows and other small fish,  crustaceans and frogs.  It is found on all coasts of North America and, in winter, into South America, Egretta thula, La Jolla, California
Snowy egret. The snowy egret can be found in marshes, swamps, shorelines, mudflats and ponds. The snowy egret eats shrimp, minnows and other small fish, crustaceans and frogs. It is found on all coasts of North America and, in winter, into South America.
Species: Snowy egret, Egretta thula
Location: La Jolla, California
Image ID: 15293  
Snowy egret.  The snowy egret can be found in marshes, swamps, shorelines, mudflats and ponds.  The snowy egret eats shrimp, minnows and other small fish,  crustaceans and frogs.  It is found on all coasts of North America and, in winter, into South America, Egretta thula, La Jolla, California
Snowy egret. The snowy egret can be found in marshes, swamps, shorelines, mudflats and ponds. The snowy egret eats shrimp, minnows and other small fish, crustaceans and frogs. It is found on all coasts of North America and, in winter, into South America.
Species: Snowy egret, Egretta thula
Location: La Jolla, California
Image ID: 15294  
Snowy egret.  The snowy egret can be found in marshes, swamps, shorelines, mudflats and ponds.  The snowy egret eats shrimp, minnows and other small fish,  crustaceans and frogs.  It is found on all coasts of North America and, in winter, into South America, Egretta thula, La Jolla, California
Snowy egret. The snowy egret can be found in marshes, swamps, shorelines, mudflats and ponds. The snowy egret eats shrimp, minnows and other small fish, crustaceans and frogs. It is found on all coasts of North America and, in winter, into South America.
Species: Snowy egret, Egretta thula
Location: La Jolla, California
Image ID: 15295  
Snowy egret.  The snowy egret can be found in marshes, swamps, shorelines, mudflats and ponds.  The snowy egret eats shrimp, minnows and other small fish,  crustaceans and frogs.  It is found on all coasts of North America and, in winter, into South America, Egretta thula, La Jolla, California
Snowy egret. The snowy egret can be found in marshes, swamps, shorelines, mudflats and ponds. The snowy egret eats shrimp, minnows and other small fish, crustaceans and frogs. It is found on all coasts of North America and, in winter, into South America.
Species: Snowy egret, Egretta thula
Location: La Jolla, California
Image ID: 15296  
Snowy egret.  The snowy egret can be found in marshes, swamps, shorelines, mudflats and ponds.  The snowy egret eats shrimp, minnows and other small fish,  crustaceans and frogs.  It is found on all coasts of North America and, in winter, into South America, Egretta thula, La Jolla, California
Snowy egret. The snowy egret can be found in marshes, swamps, shorelines, mudflats and ponds. The snowy egret eats shrimp, minnows and other small fish, crustaceans and frogs. It is found on all coasts of North America and, in winter, into South America.
Species: Snowy egret, Egretta thula
Location: La Jolla, California
Image ID: 15297  
Snowy egret.  The snowy egret can be found in marshes, swamps, shorelines, mudflats and ponds.  The snowy egret eats shrimp, minnows and other small fish,  crustaceans and frogs.  It is found on all coasts of North America and, in winter, into South America, Egretta thula, La Jolla, California
Snowy egret. The snowy egret can be found in marshes, swamps, shorelines, mudflats and ponds. The snowy egret eats shrimp, minnows and other small fish, crustaceans and frogs. It is found on all coasts of North America and, in winter, into South America.
Species: Snowy egret, Egretta thula
Location: La Jolla, California
Image ID: 15298  
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