Blog Posts - Hoodoos



20 fotografías del desierto en Arizona, Cliffs Hoodoos, Canyon, Sandstone free photos to share...

Por alguna razón que aún no logro explicarme, los paisajes del desierto me parecen atractivos, mágicos y misteriosos... Será quizás por el enorme silencio que rodea a estos hermosos lugares? Sólo cuando el viento provoca enormes tormentas de ar...
by Banco de Imagenes Gratuitas on Sep 12, 2015

One of Nat Geo’s Favorite Hikes- Bryce’s Queen’s Garden Navajo Loop: A Photo Essay

Nat Geo’s Favorite Hikes Three national parks. Four trails. Four days. The Queens Garden-Peekaboo-Navajo Loop Trail in Bryce Canyon was definitely our favorite. National Geographic includes the three mile Queens Garden/Navajo Loop Trail in thei...
by The Traveluster on Jan 16, 2014

Cappadocia, Turkey sans balloon ride

The aliens built the Great Pyramids of Giza and during their off time made nice little landscapes in Cappadocia. We had less than 48-hours to absorb it all. The owner of the cave house we stayed at suggested hiring a driver for a greatest hits tour.
by Camels and Tacos on Nov 18, 2013

Bryce National Park is fascinating.  As I walked to one of the overlooks I saw such variety of rock colors and formation shapes. I was spellbound and if it had not been so hot, I could have stayed for hours. The repetition of shapes, shapes t...

Photo Essay: Walking the Paths of the Dead

“The way is shut. It was made by those who are dead, and the Dead keep it…” I’ll admit it: I’m a huge “Lord of the Rings” fan. It was actually the “Lord of the Rings” film trilogy that inspired me...
by A Dangerous Business on Nov 29, 2010

Walking the Paths of the Dead

“The way is shut. It was made by those who are dead, and the Dead keep it…” I’ll admit it: I’m a huge “Lord of the Rings” fan. It was actually the “Lord of the Rings” film trilogy that inspired me...
by A Dangerous Business on Nov 29, 2010

Mushrooms of Stone

These odd formations resemble something Lewis Carroll might have dreamt up, but believe it or not they are quite real and occur naturally in a spot along the Utah/Arizona border known as The Rimrocks or The Rimrock Hoodoos, about midway between Kanab...
by The Photographic Aspect on Sep 8, 2009


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