Brilliant white and many other colors are seen in Bryce Canyon
While much of Utah is called “red rock country,” there are many colors besides red. Brilliant yellows, violet, brown, and brilliant white are also quite frequently part of the picture. Of course in the winter, snow can provide brilliant white against the oranges and reds, but here, you see a brilliant white “hoodoo” along with the more typical red rocks in the background.
It’s hard to get a scale from this photo, as there is nothing to compare. A person standing at the bottom would be quite small – the trees you see are 12 or more feet high!
This photo was taken with a telephoto lens on a Canon film camera, with Kodak Gold 100 film in 1994.