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A stream rushes alongside the trail to Mossy Cave in Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah.  In the backdrop, thin, protruding spires of rock called hoodoos have been formed over thousands of years by water, wind, ice, and gravity.  The northern section of the park boasts the largest concentration of hoodoos in the world.