This photograph was taken along the Navajo Loop Trail in Bryce Canyon National Park in March 2016. Bryce Canyon is filled with these interesting geological features called hoodoos. The Paiute Indians believed that these tall skinny spires of rock were “Legend People” whom the trickster coyote turned to stone. From the rim of the canyon you can look down at hundreds of these amazing hoodoos; however looking up at them from within the canyon was even more awe-inspiring.
Erica Kahn is currently a graduate student at Brown University. She studies Biomedical Engineering and hopes to find a job at a biotech company in Boston after graduating with her masters in May 2016. Erica grew up in southern Maine and has always loved the great outdoors. She loves to combine her interests in photography, travel, and nature to attempt to take photographs that capture the beauty she sees in the world. View all posts by Erica Kahn
2 thoughts on “Scene from the Navajo Loop Trail”
Dying to go there.