Bryce in winter, a festival of colorAdd to Cart Add to Lightbox Download
Twisted pines and frosty hoodoos, sentinels of time watching seasons come and go, winter and summer, decade after decade, one century after another defining their time like a fine wrinkled face that defines their chiseled facade. Bryce Canyon National Park is such a festival of color and time is one of the finest examples of how snow, rain, and wind can sculpt our world.
- © Daryl L. Hunter - The Hole Picture
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