A canyon wall on South Mountain
presents a fractal collage of rocks, cacti, and patterns. A very slight curve shows
in the "stretch" lines or trends (known as fabric) visible running across the
photo. The age rock here has been domed up
severely, resulting in what is called "".
In the distance in the upper left is Camelback
Mountain, and behind it are the McDowell Mountains.
The view looks to the northeast. Eastern Phoenix is in the foreground valley, and
Scottsdale sits mostly behind Camelback Mountain.