Helluva Place to Lose a Cow

Helluva Place to Lose a Cow

Artist: Daniel Clouser


Ebenezer Bryce, a Mormon Pioneer who homesteaded this area in 1875, was known for describing this land of hoodoos in amphitheaters as, "A hell of a place to lose a cow." One of the more famous hoodoos, Thor's Hammer, (featured here) provides a great foreground for sunrise images.

Collections: National Parks of the United States, Utah: Bryce Canyon National Park

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