Bryce Canyon is home to the 'hoodoo' a narrow tower of sandstone, varying in shape and size. Sometimes hoodoos are clustered together, and sometimes they point upward alone, their closest companion an anemic tree.

In the picture titled "Head to Head" (Bryce Canyon, Utah 2003) two rocks seem engaged in an intense conversation.
In "Hoodoo" (Bryce Canyon, Utah 2003) a single rock has had a solitary ascent, rising directly out from the sand- the sun all the while trying pry itself through a very dark cloud.

Heading South, towards the border of Arizona, M & M entered Monument Valley, the national monument managed by the Navajo, and the well-known setting of John Ford's famous films. A rutted road, 26 miles long, winds visitors through the valley floor.