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Bryce Canyon View

Bryce Canyon

National Park, Utah


Bryce Canyon View, Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah

These otherworldly rock formations are called hoodoos. Found in Bryce Canyon National Park, in Utah, they are spectacular products of wind erosion. The vivid range of colors come from layers of sedimentary rock laid down ages ago. Their appearance suggests the remains of some ancient abandoned civilization. This breathtaking view is suspensefully hidden until you take a short walk to the edge of the rim. On reaching the rim, you are treated to this complete visual overload! We did not know what to photograph first!

Kodachrome Professional film,
natural light, wide-angle lens,
polarizing filter


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