Black Magic Canyon in south-central Idaho. Over a period of about ten thousand years, the Big Wood River in central Idaho carved these sculpted forms in hard basalt. Although the dominant colors are black, gloss black and gray, light reflected off adjacent rock reveals different color hues ranging from light blue, to tan and sometimes varying shades of purple. Now called Black Magic Canyon, it feels like a gallery dedicated to shape, form and texture.
October 23rd, 2013
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