Bryce Canyon National Park is known for its series of horseshoe-shaped amphitheaters on the edge of the Paunsaugunt Plateau in southern Utah. Erosion has carved colorful Clarion limestone into thousands of spires, fins, arches and mazes collectively called "hoodoos."
I hiked down the Canyon finding specific angels and positions to take this shot. The walls of the canyon were nice and cool creating a natural air conditioning system, which seemed odd since the rock was firry red. As I got further in my hike, the levels of hoodoos became so clear and fascinating. I could get lost staring at this piece. The evolution over time is extraordinary.