Hoodoo magic from Inspiration Point.
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I don't know if these formations have a name, but to me they look like the ruins of Greek temples.
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The trees are very sparse around the hoodoos and provide a great contrast.
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A light snow on strong winds was whipping through the amphitheater at Bryce Canyon.
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This set of hoodoos looked like an ancient city basking in the morning light.
The shapes and color in this shot remind me of double-dip cones of orange sherbet. (Or maybe quadruple-dip.)
Every minute presents a different view as the sun travels around the hoodoos.
As seen from below Sunset Point during a late evening snow storm.
Hoodoos at sunrise from Inspiration Point, Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah.
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This formation is known as the Sinking Ship.
From Inspiration Point looking towards Sunset Point. If you look at the upper left corner, you can see photographers at Sunset Point and the start of the Navajo Trail.
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The view from Bryce Point the morning after a snow storm.
Sunrise in Bryce Canyon from the Rim Trail.
The sun had set and there was a half moon. This is a 30 second exposure from the rim between Sunrise and Sunset Points.
Cauldrons of light form in the early morning from Sunrise Point in Bryce Canyon.
This old tree has seen its share of seasons. Taken at Bryce Point.
Walls and windows from Sunset Point.
These remind me of the statues on Easter Island.
A highlight from Inspiration Point.
A few days of snow created a variety of shooting conditions. This is from Sunset Point.
Soft morning light seeping through windows in Bryce Canyon, Sunrise Point.
Looking towards Fairyland Canyon from Sunrise Point, I see one hoodoo catching the last light.
This viewpoint was a bit out of the way and didn't have the tour bus traffic since the parking area didn't have room for large vehicles to park or turn around.
Evening snow from the rim trail between Sunset Point and Inspiration Point.