This shot shows a pretty typical view in Bryce. The land behind is pretty flat, and you can see that
Bryce is formed by land erosion - the ground has literally fallen away to produce the canyon.
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Below is a close-up of just a few hoodoos. The trees give an idea of the scale. The red color is due
to iron deposits, and the varying color is due to the different amounts of iron at different depths.
Another view of a cluster of hoodoos from above
Close up of yet another cluster:
Here's a view from the base of the hoodoos, taken back in November 1996, using a simple snapshot camera
I was lucky enough to make two trips back in 1996, this picture is from September 1996 - beautiful
combination of trees and hoodoos!
Another shot from the September 1996 visit, not a great quality shot but captures the scale of the hoodoos
nicely - and shows just how close the simple trails are to them!
Final shot from that September visit, again not great quality, but a great view of a cluster of hoodoos.