The Desert’s Hoodoo Heart
64 pages. Oversized 10”x13”
This stunningly beautiful, oversized Bryce Canyon book is lavishly illustrated with breathtaking color imagery by America’s leading landscape photographers. In addition to the stunning photography, the book also includes detailed maps of the park and region and insightful, heartfelt narratives detailing the park’s natural and human histories.
Day or night, the views from Bryce are spectacular. Universes unfold above and below, both otherworldly. In this place famous for its pure dark nights, billions of stars burst like fireworks, and the Milky Way;s spiral arms swirl like smoke. Unobscured so far by light pollution, and filled with a black velvet silence, the Bryce rim offers a place to lie back and dream. Dawn kindles a fire in stone, and hoodoos rise like flames licking the rim. to the northeast, the Bryce-like Table Cliff Plateau, also known as Powell Point, marks the edge of one of the six major plateaus visible from Bryce, the Aquarius.
—From “Bryce Canyon: The Desert’s Hoodoo Heart” by Greer Chesher
Bryce Canyon: The Desert’s Hoodoo Heart
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The size alone of this book is great. We own nothing like this which is great because it is an unique book in our collection. The photographs are larger and the text is helpful.