Hoodoos are erosion formations that are fairly common in the west. In Alberta the most famous ones are at Drumheller, but the best are undoubtedly near Milk River, in the south at "Writing On Stone" park.
Here the Hoodoos go on for a sizeable stretch---walking among them it's easy to get disoriented in the otherworldly landscape.
I wish I could have uploaded a slightly bigger pic of this but the program here seems to be getting stricter as I got several size warnings before finally getting this one on--sorry!
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KateinDenmark (1634) 2008-06-28 13:55
Great POV as it gives a viewer the feeling of being disoriented by the formations. I'm curious though about your problem uploading the picture. the picture seems to have some digitally blurry regions. I'm no computer genius, but it seems like the program you used to reduce the image from the original size, noticeably cut out some of the detail. Two ideas. First see if you can play with the settings so that you can retain the quality of the image, but still get it under 200 kb. If that doesn't work, start the whole process over again. I've had errors occur in the picture during post processing. By returning to the original, and redoing all my work, I was able to make it work. Interesting picture none the less.