Very few canyons in the world are unique. One of my favorite national parks contains such a landmark, Bryce Canyon. Tucked away in Southern Utah, about an hour east of another fabulous location, Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon is a sight to behold. Much like the Grand Canyon, you can't help but stare when you first see the vast amphitheater, and you may wonder if what you are experiencing is real. Yes, it's real.
Interestingly, however, it is not a true canyon. It is a collection of distinctive red and orange geological structures called hoodoos, which were formed by frost, weathering and erosion by the river into an ancient lake bed of sedimentary rocks -- all of that, created over millions of years, just to fascinate visitors and end up as an amazing selection in my Photos of the Week...
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Jack Huber has taken thousands of photographs around the country and in his foreign travels.