My biggest motivation for doing an aerial photography session was to photograph the Waterpocket Fold in Capitol Reef. This 100 mile long fold in the earth is fascinating; but from the ground, it is really hard to appreciate the magnitude of this feature, and even harder to capture it in a photograph.
I can’t adequately explain how it was formed. If you want to learn more, I recommend taking a gander at the Park Service site on the formation of the Waterpocket Fold.
Here are many more photos of Capitol Reef National Park, Utah.