The Landscape - paulsmit
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'Table Cliff Plateau seen from Bryce.’

	Bryce Canyon National Park is famous for its weird landscape of pinnacles (hoodoos) which consist of a poor grade of limestone that is easily eroded by flashfloods descending from the nearby plateau. The eastern edge of the park shows the final stage of erosion: the spectacular towers are reduced to undulating hills of red ruble. In the distance you can see the valley of the Paria River with on the horizon the Table Cliff Plateau, ending to the right in Powell Point. Photo Mick Palarczyk.