We spent one afternoon of our NxNW trip at Goblin Valley State Park, The park features thousands of hoodoos, referred to locally as goblins, which are formations of mushroom-shaped rock pinnacles, some as tall as several yards. The distinct shapes of these rocks result from an erosion-resistant layer of rock atop relatively softer sandstone.
The landscape in the park changes around every corner offering views as if you were on a different planet. We waited till after sunset and were greeted with a very bright moon as darkness fell on the park. Originally we were planning on some light painting in the valley but as the moon kept rising the brightness increased as well, really lighting up the Hoodoo’s making for some interesting night shots of the Hoodoos and stars.
Thanks for stopping