Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah, USA -
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Wow!  Stunning views of Bryce Canyon National Park as viewed from Bryce Point, one of the most scenic vistas of the full
amphitheater and all its wonders amaze the visitors. From here, you can see the whole of the Bryce Canyon amphitheater,
bristling with pointy, colorful hoodoos. The first glimpse into the valley full of red "hoodoos" was nothing short of breathtaking!
There just isn't anything like this anywhere else in the world. You simply have to see it to believe its unique beauty. From the
incredible lookouts to the other-wordly ghostlike hoodoos in hues of orange, red, and brown, Bryce Canyon National Park
excites the imagination and tickles your brain with a fantastic landscape. This is an incredible part of Utah and national
treasure. You will come away with an indisputable five-star experience. Pack extra memory card for your camera, it's not to
be missed. Simply awesome!
Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah, USA -
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Bryce Canyon as viewed from Sunset Point. See the canyon spread out below you, and the Silent City rises up from the
canyon floor, a maze of hoodoos and fins packed in tight formation, many rows of seemingly frozen hoodoos set against the
backdrop of Boat Mesa, suggesting the ruins of an ancient metropolis. This is the place you want to be for spectacular
sunrise photos at the Sunset Point! Even though the name of this spot is Sunset Point, but it is truly the place you want to be
for sunrises! The mix of shadows and deep-hued colors makes this an excellent viewpoint in the low-angled golden sun light.
The hoodoos practically glow in shades of pink, red, and orange with a halo. Watch the golden sun rays paint its magic on
the hoodoos here. It is the natural show at the park's Sunset Point. The rock formations, or Hoodoos change colors as the
sun plays over them at different times of the day. (Photographers seeking sunset pictures are often disappointed by the fact
that most of the cliffs and hoodoos of Bryce Canyon do not face the setting sun. )
Bryce Canyon as viewed from Sunset Point. See the canyon spread out below you, and the Silent City rises up from the
canyon floor, a maze of hoodoos and fins packed in tight formation, many rows of seemingly frozen hoodoos set against the
backdrop of Boat Mesa, suggesting the ruins of an ancient metropolis. This is the place you want to be for spectacular
sunrise photos at the Sunset Point! Even though the name of this spot is Sunset Point, but it is truly the place you want to be
for sunrises! The mix of shadows and deep-hued colors makes this an excellent viewpoint in the low-angled golden sun light.
The hoodoos practically glow in shades of pink, red, and orange with a halo. Watch the golden sun rays paint its magic on
the hoodoos here. It is the natural show at the park's Sunset Point. The rock formations, or Hoodoos change colors as the
sun plays over them at different times of the day. (Photographers seeking sunset pictures are often disappointed by the fact
that most of the cliffs and hoodoos of Bryce Canyon do not face the setting sun. )
Wow!  Stunning views of Bryce Canyon National Park as viewed from Bryce
Point, one of the most scenic vistas of the full amphitheater and all its wonders
amaze the visitors. From here, you can see the whole of the Bryce Canyon
amphitheater, bristling anything like this anywhere else in the world. You simply
have to see it to believe its unique beauty. From the incredible lookouts to the
other-wordly ghostlike hoodoos in hues of orange, red, and brown, Bryce
Canyon National Park excites the imagination and tickles your brain with a
fantastic landscape. This is an incredible part of Utah and national treasure.
You will come away with an indisputable five-star experience. Pack extra
memory card for your camera, it's not to be missed. Simply awesome!
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This second panoramic picture at Bryce Point was taken on May 23, 2017.