A lone figure stands in a crevice in the rock hoodoos of Bryce National Park, Utah, as a counterpoint to the majestic grandeur of the red cliffs. The hoodoos are formed by erosion over the course of thousands of years.
Taken with the NEX 7, ISO 100, 55mm., -0.3 ev, f8, 1/200
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What a beautiful place Nancy…great capture!!! Hope you’re doing well…
Doing great, Lorraine…….thank you! Got back in the middle of October from a trip west to the Grand Canyon, Sedona, Bryce Canyon, and Zion National Parks. Got some great shots. Take care, my dear friend!
Wonderful point of view, love it …
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