It is definitely fascinating to behold a rock formation which is tall and skinny. Hoodoos look really amusing with their tall skinny spires which appear to protrude from the bottom of barren a basin (or badlands) and almost broken land. These hoodoos are also referred to as fairy chimneys, tent rocks and earth pyramids because of their bizarre shape. In this portfolio, you will find several fine art landscape photographs featuring the famous hoodoos right off the Bryce Canyon National Park. This is the place where most of the hoodoos are abundant. These very distinct geological wonder were said to have been formed through the erosional patterns of soft and hard rock layers alternately.