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There is no doubt that the main attractions of the Petrified Forest National Park are the Painted Desert and the petrified logs. But the sky is also an attraction, especially on a clear day like it was when we visited in June. As the day wore on, a few white clouds appeared. The long, flat cloud in the picture above appeared over Puerco Pueblo, where we saw our first group of petroglyphs.
By the time we got past Newspaper Rock, a few smaller wispy clouds put in their appearance.
I can’t help but feel that those white clouds in that beautiful blue sky added to the wonderful colors of the Painted Desert.