During Jeff Clow's Photo Tour in Moab last month, we spent a whole day exploring Arches National Park. One of the spots we visited is Sand Dune Arch. This is one of the less frequently visited arches, but it shouldn't be. It is quite cool and it isn't that hard to get there. The arch is located on a small dune (thus its name) and has a unique shape when viewed from the front (to some, it looks a dog and cat kissing; others see different things - one tour participant thought he saw Jabba the Hut). It is sort of like looking at clouds and everyone seems to see something different.
In any case, our group walked through a small slot canyon that leads to the arch, only to find two troops of Boy Scouts there running all around. Luckily they gave us some space (or at least most of them did) and we were able to get some shots. The light had a high dynamic range, so shooting it was a little challenging. I have shot the arch a number of times and thought I would try something of a bit different composition. I stationed myself under the arch on the left side and shot up. I think it sort of looks like an entrance to a cave.