Bryce Canyon

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Bryce Canyon

The Bryce Amphitheater, covered with a layer of fresh snow, as seen from Inspiration Point. The limestone pillars (hoodoos) have been formed over thousands of years by ice, water and gravity in the Charon Formation. They are unique to Bryce Canyon National Park.
“Our family loves to backpack and the Bryce Canyon trip included hiking in the Painted Desert National Park, backpacking rim to rim in the Grand Canyon, hiking Zion National Park and the Capital Reef National Park. We would encourage others to visit our national parks, especially in the Southwest.”

Holly Cronau, MD
OSU College of Medicine, Class of 1985
Associate Professor of Clinical Family Medicine
OSU College of Medicine Distinguished Educator Award, 2006
Ohio Academy of Family Physicians Educator of the Year, 2009
Photographer, Voices in Humanism

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  1. Simply stunning.

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