From the U.S. Department of the Interior:
A stray stormcloud chases the moon above the famous hoodoos of Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah. Hoodoos -- also called “goblins” -- appear as tall, skinny spires of rock sticking up from the bottom of dry basins and range in size from the height of a person to as large as a 10-story building! Nowhere in the world has more hoodoos than Bryce Canyon. Photo by photobylitho from Interior’s America’s Public Lands group on Flickr. — at Bryce Canyon National Park.