A rocky spire, or hoodoo, rises from a the end of a ridge at Palo Duro Canyon, Texas.
A rocky ridge—formed by millions of years of erosion along the Red River—makes up a canyon wall at Texas’ Palo Duro Canyon.
The rugged landscape of Texas’ Palo Duro Canyon—formed by millions of years of erosion along the Red River—rises into the sky of the Texas Panhandle.
Layers of rock exposed by the erosion of the Texas Panhandle’s Palo Duro Canyon by the Red River.
A well-weathered log lies on the desert landscape of Texas’ Palo Duro Canyon.
A tree grows out of the side of a berm at Texas’ Palo Duro Canyon.
A lonesome desert bush overlooks the vast, arid landscape of Texas’ Palo Duro Canyon.
Layers of rock spotted at Palo Duro Canyon, Texas.
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