Soaring over dry
Heated, barren desert air
Learning how to fly
ps. this is my most favorite raven picture I’ve ever taken. A pair of Ravens was teaching their 3 offspring to fly over Bryce Canyon’s wild hoodoos . . . love it.
Wow, it is a beauty!
What’s a “wild hoodoo?” I love the expression.
Well, hoodoos are tall rock spires — like those seen at Bryce Canyon National Park — they are wild in that they look like nothing else on earth. Glad you liked the phrasing!
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