Bryce Canyon National Park Panoramas   2 comments

Bryce Canyon Panorama (1 of 1) blog

Bryce Canyon (1 of 1)-7 blogBryce Canyon Panorama June 16, 2015 — Images by kenne

Bryce Canyon is a rare dynamic, mesmerizing place that is truly poetry in stone. The climate that over time has weathered the cliffs and bulbous columns, called hoodoos that continue to evolve from freezing night and warm afternoons with summer thunderstorms dissolving the limestone creating a clay ooze that eroded the cliffs forming the hoodoos. Sometimes being slow is the best way of getting things done as new hoodoos are formed while others are reduced to lumps of clay. What once was an inland sea today provides one of natures wonderful sights.

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2 responses to “Bryce Canyon National Park Panoramas

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  1. This is one of my favorite spots in the whole United States. I sometimes fall asleep dreaming of walking through the hoodoos.

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  2. First of all, all of your photos are spectacular. Second, I’ve nominated you for the Infinity Dreams Award! Check out my latest post to find out what it’s about 🙂 Keep up the amazing work and the inspiration you give to me.

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