... From above...
You have to look at where the golden light is shining through...
Sipapu was long reported to have a span of 268 feet by the National Park
Service, ranking it as the fourth longest natural bridge in the world.
A more accurate measurement obtained by laser survey in 2007 revealed
the measurement to be a significant overstatement. The Natural Arch and
Bridge Society has published a revised span of 225 feet, demoting Sipapu
to a thirteenth place ranking for the combined arch - bridge list. However,
based on specific criteria that separate natural arches from natural bridges,
Sipapu is the sixth longest natural bridge after the more famous Rainbow
Bridge, also located in Utah, and the top four Chinese natural bridges -
which were measured and documented by NABS between 2010 and 2015.
... and from below...
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