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Like a Thousand Hoodoos - Bryce, Utah.jpg

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The Paiute Indians believed the "hoodoos" were the petrified bodies of the "Legend People", who inhabited the region before the Native American's, massive stone formations frozen in time as punishment for bad behavior. This is a black and white shot of the hoodoo's of "Wall Street" in Bryce Canyon, Utah as the final light of the day brushes the stones, giving them form.
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The Paiute Indians believed the "hoodoos" were the petrified bodies of the "Legend People", who inhabited the region before the Native American's, massive stone formations frozen in time as punishment for bad behavior.  This is a black and white shot of the hoodoo's of "Wall Street" in Bryce Canyon, Utah as the final light of the day brushes the stones, giving them form.