Hanging with the hoodoos

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Red Rock State Park CA

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Climbers on top of the Monkey Face, Smith Rock, Oregon

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These rock pillars, or hoodoos, tell the geologic story of erosion seen in treasured natural landscapes worldwide. Over millions of years, changes in climate conditions shaped them by washing away sediments and chipping off slabs of earth.

See more photos: Fantastic Hoodoos gallery | Bryce Canyon National Park group

Photos from martin zalba, ladigue_99, marichica88, Luke Notsoblack, and geoGraf.

Posted by Arnold Chao
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