Bryce Canyon is a National Park in the Southwestern state of Utah in the USA. Although it's name might suggest otherwise, Bryce Canyon is actually not a canyon, but a giant natural amphitheatre. Bryce Canyon is famed for it's unique rock formations, the so called hoodoos. These sandstone formations are formed over time by wind, water, and ice erosion.
At dusk the colours of the hoodoos change to an incredibly vibrant, almost pink hue. Last Light is a panoramic photographed shot at sunrise, the differences in colour between the hoodoos in low sunlight and rocks in the shade are clearly visible.