Credit: MIKE SHAW/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Double Arch in moonlight. Time-lapse footage of shadows moving across moonlit rock arches at night. This is the Double Arch rock formation in Arches National Park, Utah, USA. This rock formation, which is similar to many found in the vicinity, was formed by weathering and erosion of Entrada sandstone over millions of years. The larger of the two arches is 45 metres across and 32 metres tall.

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Double Arch in moonlight, Arches National Park

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