White Pocket

I can’t add significantly to what’s already been said about White Pocket, except to note that alongside fancier adjectives used to describe it—chaotic, kaleidoscopic, other-worldly, phantasmagoric—I’d offer subtle. It’s not apparent at first, overwhelmed as it is by colorful volcanic leftovers, but it’s there, at the edge of transient pools of rainwater, under rock overhangs, or simply etched in the rock itself.


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