Following the Colorado River as it carves twists and turns through Glen Canyon on its way down to the Grand Canyon a few miles to the west, I came upon this view looking down into Three Mile Bar. This is where Hislops Cave is located.
The forces of erosion are prevalent in this image along the edges of all the cliff faces lining the river. Cracks that run the length and width of the peninsula where the Colorado River turns around the point show the stress fractures caused over so many years.
Nature continuously carves away at these rocks and will do so forever.