Meteor Crater located 35 miles east of Flagstaff, and 20 miles west of Winslow, exit 233 on I-40 through Arizona. Did you know?
It is the best preserved meteorite impact site.
It's diameter is nearly a mile, with a 2.4 miles circumference and is more than 550 feet deep.
It was created by an asteroid traveling 26,000 miles per hour approximately 50,000 years ago.
It has it's very own radio channel, AM 1610 when you're near exit 233 on I-40 (Meteor Crater Road)
August 12, 2010
Exit 233 via I-40, Arizona
Canon Rebel XSIHey! More to read!
I love getting faves, but I enjoy knowing why my work is being faved more! Please leave a comment!
Please don't be shy, I request critique to learn how to get better. My feelings will not be hurt, everyone still needs to learn!
I do not manipulate my photographs in any way, except basic cropping and color correction. I do not add blurr, or take things out of photos.
My work is my property, not meant for stock, and not to be used without my permission, especially outside this website. Please ask me first!