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    Default Trail through the Hoodoos

    A couple months ago, I had the opportunity to spend a few hours at Bryce Canyon N.P. Wish I would have had longer; but, I'll make sure I do next time.
    Here is an image from my brief visit that November morning.

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    That looks like an awesome place to visit Tom. I'll bet those rock formations look incredible with the rising/setting sun hitting them.
    I like your shot here, I want to follow that road and see where it goes, gorgeous colours. TFS!
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    Great image. TFS.
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    This brings back memories. Thanks.

    @ NgaiHill
    It is a magical place and even gets better when you get down into it, on the walking trails (that is one in the photograph)

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    Quote Originally Posted by NgaiHill View Post
    That looks like an awesome place to visit Tom. I'll bet those rock formations look incredible with the rising/setting sun hitting them.
    I like your shot here, I want to follow that road and see where it goes, gorgeous colours. TFS!
    Thank you, Lisa. Bryce Canyon is awesome! I have many more that I took that morning at/near sunrise. I will take some time and hike amongst the hoodoos next visit!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Heaterguy View Post
    Great image. TFS.
    Thanks, Heaterguy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RichardTaylor View Post
    This brings back memories. Thanks.

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    It is a magical place and even gets better when you get down into it, on the walking trails (that is one in the photograph)
    You're welcome, Richard. It is a beautiful park......and I'm guessing you have hiked there?
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    So many beautiful places in this country that are so easy to miss. This is a fantastic shot.
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    Sure did.
    We were lucky enough to have a full day in the park. Spent the morning walking aroumd the top and after lumch spent about 3-4 hours down in the hoodoos. From memory it was probaly the Navajo Loop and Queen's Garden Trail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrevorKThomas View Post
    So many beautiful places in this country that are so easy to miss. This is a fantastic shot.
    Thanks, Trevor. This is a beautiful country!

    Quote Originally Posted by RichardTaylor View Post
    Sure did.
    We were lucky enough to have a full day in the park. Spent the morning walking aroumd the top and after lumch spent about 3-4 hours down in the hoodoos. From memory it was probaly the Navajo Loop and Queen's Garden Trail.
    Thanks, Richard. That's what I hope to do next trip!
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