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Water and rocks at Merit Creek
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Hoodoo Heaven at Bryce Canyon
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16th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Hoodoo Heaven at Bryce Canyon

Sedimentary rock formations called hoodoos protrude from the bottom of Bryce Canyon National Park, juxtaposed against the clear, blue desert sky. They’re formed when the limestone is eroded by wind, frost and rain.

TAGS: Hoodoos, Utah

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Fullerton, California, United States of America
Member since 2017
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© Emerson Little.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 06.2016
Total Views: 36
Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: Aug. 5, 2018, 2:08 p.m.
Camera Make: NIKON
Camera Model: COOLPIX S4300
Focal Length: 4.6mm
Shutter Speed: 1/1250
Aperture: f3.5
ISO: ISO80
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