Bryce Canyon was the second stop on our road trip after Zion Canyon. Bryce is one of those unique and wonderful places that make you gasp with astonishment when you first get there. It makes you stop and say 'Wow!'.
Once again it is difficult with this small image to understand the size of the place which is extraordinary. My eyes were filled 180 degrees with those huge natural structures called Hoodoos. They are chimney-like tall sandstone spires that protrude from the dry ground of Utah. They are created over millions of years by erosion due to ice and snow. The hoodoos of Bryce canyon experience over 200 ice cycles each year. In fact, there was a thin layer of snow the next morning I got there around sunrise.