World Tour: Drumheller, Alberta

HoodoosHoodoos are towers of rock worn away by erosion. Typically the top of the hoodoo is a harder rock while the rest of the column is a softer rock, and the hard cap has protected the column from being entirely eroded. This picture was taken in Alberta's badlands, near Drumheller, northeast of Calgary.

Posted on March 29, 2012. Permalink

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