In the middle of quite and secluded Utah, I have visited the Bryce Canyon National Park in 2014. Thousands of colorful Hoodoos, towers of sedimentary rocks are grouped into the most imaginative forms and shadows. The fantastic landscape seems to change color and shape under the sun and woolen play. From the 2700 meter high edge of the canyon, the view is breathtaking, especially at sunrises.
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