Sky Watch: Hoodoos





Hoodoos @ Drumheller, Alberta

16 comments:

Sylvia K said...

Lovely blue skies and what fascinating formations! Don't think I've ever seen these before! Terrific shots for the day! Hope you have a wonderful weekend!

Sylvia

Kathleen A. Ryan said...

Jo,
These are magnificent. What neat formations! Thanks for sharing, and for stopping by!

George said...

These are magnificent hoodoos. I especially like the one on the right. You've done a wonderful job of setting them off against that ale blue sky.

Enigma said...

Incredible what Nature has created. Stunning photographs. Thank you for sharing!!!

eileeninmd said...

Cool looking hoodoos and great photos! Happy skywatching!

Lisa Wilson said...

Wonderful shots! Those are some big hoodoos!

Nina said...

Wow! So cool pictures!

Powell River Books said...

Thanks for the SWF visit and comment this week. I love your hoodoo pictures. Several years ago I got to camp in Bryce and took a horseback ride down into the canyon. They sure are colourful and majestic creations. - Margy

Youth_in_Asia said...

Beautiful!

helenmac said...

Incredible formations -- it looks as if they are wearing hats! Great photos!

snapperoni said...

I love rock formations! It's amazing how nature made them turn out the way they are. And the images that come to mind seeing these formations are always different for so many people.

To me, it looks a bit like a mushroom.. and the second one like a temple of some sort.

snapperoni said...

I love rock formations! It's amazing how nature made them turn out the way they are. And the images that come to mind seeing these formations are always different for so many people.

To me, it looks a bit like a mushroom.. and the second one like a temple of some sort.

Euroangel said...

wow amazing rock formation Jo! love it..hope to visit this place in the future!
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Julie Jordan Scott said...

Gorgeous!! I love love love this one!!!

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JO said...

Thank you all for visiting my blog. Enjoy the rest of your weekend.

Spiderdama said...

Lovely rock formations and great blue sky!