I own no land, instead I have wheelestate. I’ve been a full time RVer since 1997. Working summers as a Park Ranger takes me to many beautiful places and playing during the winter takes me to many more. This blog is simply the story of my life's adventures.


Thank you for stopping by. Just to let you know, I'm still blogging but have moved to Geogypsytraveler. Hope you'll follow my adventures. Just click here.

Sunday, August 1, 2010

SS - Hoodoos and Shadows

01 Closer hoodoos on Jericho Ridge from Point Supreme Cedar Breaks NM UT (1024x768)

Friar preaching to the congregation

I see people shapes in the deep canyons of Cedar Breaks National Monument.

02 Hoodoos & shadows in canyon below Point Supreme Cedar Breaks NM UT (767x1024)

Just clowning around

Do you?

03 Hoodoos & shadows in Jericho Canyon from Point Supreme Cedar Breaks NM UT (1024x765)

The early morning views from Point Supreme provided some interesting shadows.

04 Arch & shadows in Jericho Canyon from Point Supreme Cedar Breaks NM UT (1024x768)

To view more awesome scenes from around the world, or to share your own, go to Scenic Sunday by clicking here.


Al said...

Yes, I definitely see the people. Your caption on the first one is absolutely perfect!

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Gaelyn: It is a beautiful place and I see him.

The Giraffe Head Tree said...

Each visit here leaves me breathless, Gaelyn. Yes, I see people! Wow. Simply wow.

Martha Z said...

Great shots and caption, gotta get there someday.

blog with no name said...

When you zoom in on the first pic, the head of the center figure is actually Garfield the cat made in stone... Zoom in on the figure about 10 o'clock on the ridge behind and you can see a giant gnome... That place was really sweet wasn't it?

stan said...

what an enviable job u have!

Splendid Little Stars said...

They DO look like people!

cara said...

Yep! I see the preacher!

Stunning shots. What an amazing part of the world you live and work in!

Bergson said...

fanstastic rocks

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

I see them too Gaelyn and it makes it more interesting like cloud shapes. :)

Bibi said...

These remind me of formations (albeit a bit smaller) here in Southern Serbia. I will send you a link!

Ann said...

They really look like people standing there listening to the preacher.

How sad it will be when weathering takes place and reduce them to a pile of stones.

Firefly said...

Those really are very distictive figures. The must be all kinds of stories and superstitions about them.

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

That first photo is quite spooky the 'people' look so real:) All great photos. Diane

Elaine said...

Oh, my, yes, there are people. The preacher has been talking so long he has turned everyone to stone. Fantastic photos!

Janie said...

I can definitely see the preaching friar and his audience.
Beautiful unique scenery!

All photos can be enlarged with a simple click.


Blog Widget by LinkWithin

Google Analytics