Sunday, December 6, 2009

Glowing Hoodoos


The edges of this Hoodoo in Bryce Canyon National park seem to be translucent and glows from the sun's back lighting.


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7 comments:

Manang Kim said...

Oh my gush this is just stunning!! I wonder how a nature could make this beautiful scenery. Thanks for sharing!

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Joao Maia said...

Great shot, Russ. Makes me think that even though we were at the same places, we "see" different things. I did not see this shot and yet you nailed it perfectly.

eileeninmd said...

It is a wonderful capture of the light on the hoodoos. I loved Bryce Nat'l park, it was like a fairyland to me. Great photo.

Gaelyn said...

Great capture of the hoodoos, good lighting shows off the colors very nicely. Such a magical place.

Dot said...

My goodness your photos are beautiful! I'll be visiting again and again...keep them coming!

Russ said...

Thanks for the nice comments everyone!

Romantic bed and breakfasts said...

At Bryce Canyon, hoodoos range in size from that of an average human to heights exceeding a 10-story building. Formed in sedimentary rock, hoodoo shapes are affected by the erosional patterns of alternating hard and softer rock layers.