Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah

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Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah

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These weird-looking rock formations in southern Utah's Bryce Canyon National Park have been wonderfully named- they're called "hoodoos."

Shaped by millions of years of wind and rain erosion, the hoodoos also carry technical, geological monikers, such as "spires," "fins," "pinnacles" and "mazes." Kevin took this photograph just before twilight, when the last fiery rays of the declining sun were bathing the sandstone and limestone towers in pale unearthly magenta.

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