The Double Arch in Arches National Park is unique that the two arches are joined at one side. It's very large and massive and is part of a much larger rock outcropping. For this wide view photo of Double Arch, I was set up about 200 yards away and used a telephoto lens to frame just the arches and a bit of the rock formation which is very rugged. I caught this on a sunny afternoon that was welcome after a day of thunder and lightning storms, and another day of fog, snow and wind. You can see more photos from Arches National Park at Outdoor Scenics: Photography by Allen Adler.