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Wahweap Hoodoos

Pictures of the Wahweap Hoodoos, Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, Utah: Tapering white column; the tallest hoodoo

Toadstool Hoodoo

Paria Rimrocks and Toadstool Hoodoo

Two tall, thick hoodoos, topped by purple caprocks; Wahweap Creek, Utah

Pictures of the Wahweap Hoodoos, Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, Utah: Two tall, thick hoodoos, topped by purple caprocks

Slender hoodoo with a wide base; Ojito Wilderness Area, New Mexico

Pictures of the Ojito Wilderness Area, New Mexico: Slender hoodoo with a wide base

Rook climbing cactus

This Saguaro cactus looked to me like it was trying to climb up the side of this mountain. Near Sheep's Crossing Bridge on the Verde River in Arizona. Photo by Glo Atkinson esterly he's climbing the side of the rock!

Slender red pinnacle, Blue Canyon, Arizona

Pictures of Blue Canyon, Arizona: Slender red pinnacle

Slender hoodoo with thin-layered caprock, southeast of Hunter Wash, Bisti, New Mexico

Pictures of the Bisti Wilderness Area (North Section), New Mexico: Slender hoodoo with thin-layered caprock, southeast of Hunter Wash

Eroded cliff face, Burnham Badlands, NM

Strangely eroded cliff face above a ravine through the Burnham Badlands, NM

Lower Mesa Falls is a 65-foot waterfall on the Henrys Fork in Fremont County, Idaho. It is located in the Caribou-Targhee National Forest on the Mesa Falls Scenic Byway. It is downstream of Upper Mesa Falls.

Lower Mesa Falls is a m) waterfall on the Henrys Fork in Fremont County, Idaho. It is located in the Caribou-Targhee National Forest on the Mesa Falls Scenic Byway. There is also an Upper Mesa Falls just up the road

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