A stop in Bryce Canyon
We visited this canyon and Zion as an aperitif to the Grand Canyon.
This canyon is known for its stunning collection of hoodoos, which are tall, thin spires of rock formed through erosion. These hoodoos create a surreal landscape of orange, red, and white rock formations.
Loosing in proportion and spectacularity, it shows well the aggression of time against the rocks, and the strange shapes they acquire due to that erosion.
Flying over Zion
We didn’t stop in Zion.
The plane made a couple of circles, and proceeded to land in Bryce canyon.
Upon return I read a little about Zion, and confirmed that, in our shortage of time, we saw the best.
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