We visited the different view points at Bryce Canyon. This photograph was shot from Inspiration Point. I climbed up to the top of this point but was careful since there was no protection railing.
I shot the hoodoos with a 400mm zoom lens to get this view. This photo was taken in the later afternoon with the shadow showing to give a little more dimension to these tall rock pillars. I really like the variation of the shadows, rocks, and the white mineral deposits in these hoodoos. It is also cool there is greenery growing on the flat plateau of rock. There is also the horizontal line patterns in the hoodoos.
I’m glad I can review my photographs to see the details of the scenery I may have missed when I was shooting. There is so much in nature to see which we never notice. Focusing on nature helps us to appreciate the intricacies and nuances of Creation. It is like looking and finding hidden treasure. Hope you will see the hidden treasures in this photograph too.