Wrapping up Geo-picture-a-day week with another familiar, yet always spectacular sight: Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah. The intricately carved spires are called hoodoos. They are composed of the limestone and shale of the early Cenozoic Claron formation.
Now that finals are done, I can get back to some regular blogging. Many thanks to Evelyn at Georneys
for a great blogging idea. I've enjoyed seeing everyone's pictures!
I love hiking down in amongst the hoodoo rock people.
Now that finals are over enjoy your holidays.
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