Photographer's Note

White Pocket, part of Vermilion Cliffs National Monument is remote, difficult to access. It required a 4WD vehicle to access the area, even than you may still get stuck on the loos sandy road. It was unknown until a few years ago. There are very few visitors for now due to the difficult access. But as there are more photos of this place being posted, there will be more visitors.
This is an extremely fragile environment and the utmost care should be taken to preserve this place. Tread lightly and make it a point to see if you can leave the area without anyone ever having known that you were there. Stay on the slick rock when possible, but be careful not to snap off thin fins and don't trample the delicate vegetation between the small mounds of beautiful stone. This area should, and can be, saved for any and all that visit in the future.

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Additional Photos by Way Lim (Waylim) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 2732 W: 154 N: 6183] (25436)
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