Rainbow Bridge is the largest known natural bridge in the world. Spanning 275 feet across, and 42 feet thick at the top, this towering work of natural art is quite simply breathtaking. Considered a sacred location by Native Americans, natural bridges are very rare, whereas arches can be more common in the western landscape. Carved by a unique chain of events over millions of years, water sculpted this massive icon of the southwest landscape into this present day National Monument. If you would like hike up to and underneath this Rainbow made of stone, join us on our Landscape Photography Workshop in May at Lake Powell, Utah.