Sunrise Point, Bryce Canyon, Utah
As you drive around the south-western United States you start to wonder how many beautiful national parks can be clustered within hours of each other. The amazing Bryce Canyon was only half a day from Antelope Canyon in Arizona, which was also only half a day from the Grand Canyon. I haven't seen a natural landscape this magical since Cappadocia in central Turkey a decade ago. In Turkey they call these spire shaped formations fairy chimneys. Here in the US they call them hoodoos. I think we were lucky to see these hoodoos with a light covering of snow, it made the view even more serene and breathtaking.