Death takes a Holiday
Passing through a large curve in the stream bed beneath a towering overhang, a hundred stories in the air, you try to catch your breath. The debris field is massive and contains many boulders the size of houses and cars. At this point it is best to leave the stream bed and work your way through the rubble cutting off a portion of the curve. Feeling like they should be selling t-shirts saying "I survived" a boulder comes into view that is the size of a building. Sitting prominently at the opposite end of the curve, the boulder forces the stream to makes it's way around this monolith of rock.