Photograph features a view of a Yuma East Wetlands rock overlook, a commissioned landscape art piece hand-built by Taylorbird Enterprises of Flagstaff, Arizona. It does not replicate any traditional structure of the Quechan, according to the designers. The design intent was focused on the use of recycled materials – old unused riprap on site, dead mesquite trees, and arrowweed cut from revegetation projects – and providing a site for quiet reflection, bird watching, and a shaded area overlooking the Phase 2 channel wetland area. Stored at the overlook is a 20 mm ammo can, which holds a journal, provided for people to document wildlife sightings and offer wisdom. It was funded by the Yuma Crossing National Heritage Area. Reclamation photographer Alex Stephens took the photo in July 2013.