Bryce Canyon is one of the most impressive sights I’ve ever seen. This is a geologic formation created by erosion. In this case, the sandstone earth has been eroded away leaving only a remaining pillar that has been protected by a stone shield on top of it. Called hoodoos, these formations are not always colorful as they are at Bryce Canyon, where the red, white and pastel sandstone creates fantastic colors, especially when hit by direct sunlight.
This is a photographer’s dream come true. One can learn a lot about photography while filming sandstone hoodoos in varying light over the course of a day.
Here are a few examples of Bryce Canyon hoodoos.
I could go on and on as I filled up a 2 Gig SD card and part of another at Bryce Canyon National Park.