DAVE BRUNER: Photo Gallery — The Hoodoos Of Bryce Canyon
Enjoying the gorgeous view of this landscape.
Shadows and clouds.
Closer view of the hoodoos.
This weathered tree added to this scene.
The hoodoos were surrounded by these distinctive rain clouds that were lit up in the east by the setting sun to the west. As a photographer, you know this is just luck to have these kind of clouds appear at the time you are there taking photos. We never did get rained on.
I have never seen such beautiful rock formations like this anywhere.
From another higher vantage point in the park gave this view of the hoodoos.
Natural Bridge. One of the very unique formations that is a must see in Bryce Canyon National Park.
Getting the shot. Sheila Bruner took this shot.
Bryce Canyon National Park in southwestern Utah is famous for the largest collection of hoodoos in the world. Photographer Dave Bruner and his wife, Sheila, really enjoyed the park with the beauty of all the various rock formations. “I was fortunate to have a sky that day that included white and rain clouds in the distance that really added to the scenery images.