Bryce Canyon National Park: Hoodoo Heaven By Kai Carpenter, Joel Anderson, 2015

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Bryce Canyon National Park is most famous for its unique “hoodoos,” irregular, even perplexing columns of rock which reach like wispy, almost humanoid spires into the sky. These spires formed over tens of millions of years by frost weathering and water erosion. While hoodoos exist in other places, Bryce Canyon has the largest concentration of them. Anderson Design Group captured the majesty of the hoodoos with the help of oil painter Kai Carpenter. In this classic illustration inspired by the advertising artwork of the early-1900s, a park visitor looks out over the Amphitheater, a stunning collection of thousands of hoodoo spires. Adorn your wall with this poster as a framed print, canvas banner, metal sign, or framed postcard. To learn more about Bryce Canyon and the mythology behind the hoodoos, visit the Bryce Canyon Natural History Association.

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