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Sandstone hoodoos. View across hoodoo rock formations at Bryce Point, Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah, USA. Hoodoos are composed of sedimentary rock with a slightly harder stone on top, which results in an unusual capped shape when eroded over time. These hoodoos are composed of sandstone and have been shaped by sandstorms and occasional heavy rains, gradually forming spires.
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