By Doug Niedermiller

Dutch Rock

Equipment Info
NIKON D80
State/Province/Region
CO
Country
US
Town
Colorado Springs
Notes

Shot at 34MM f 9.5 1/30 sec with cer pol filter

Description

Hoodoos are a strange geological rock formation found mainly in Bryce Canyon National Park, Colorado and the Badlands of South Dakota. Their formation consist of different layers of hard and soft sedimentary rock. Generally the hard layers being on top, erosion of the softer layers of rock gives them their strange unusual chimney or mushroom shapes.

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05/04/2010

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