A number of years ago I took a drive through Cottonwood Wash in the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument and got a number of images of various geological oddities that pop up along the side of the road. Several of those images are nice portraits of the local geology but don't really feel like a landscape image I know quite what to do with. This is one of those captures of an oddball formation of white soils and rocks that don't really match what's around them but I have never figured out what I can do with the shot. Here is a clean version of the image using my usual processing: I am interested in whether someone else can come up with a way to make this more interesting and am including a 3000 pixel wide jpeg that is straight out of the camera to play with if you are so inclined. I am interested in seeing what others can come up with for this roadside capture. Edit - fixed the 3000 pixel SOOC shot.