>Bryce National Park

>When in Southern Utah…….visit national parks.

Bryce National Park.   Best described on the NPS website as ‘a cave without a ceiling, a forest of stone.’  Another national park where your eyes just need more time to adjust, more time to perceive, more time to attempt to understand ‘how does all of this work?’

Spent two days here.  Driving the 18 mile long scenic drive.  Stopping off at random overlooks.  My favorites were Agua Canyon and Bryce Point.

Fences are meant to be climbed!

These ‘hoodoos‘ are rock formations that have been sculpted by water and time.  Bryce receives snow over 200 days in the year.  With the snow, ice, freezing and melting processing taking shape, Bryce has received its   rare shape.

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