Today is Postcard Friendship Friday, hosted by Beth at the Best Hearts are Crunchy.
I don't have an Earth Day postcard, but here is a postcard of one of the most amazing parks in the American West (Arches is up there for me too!) Oh heck, they are all amazing. This postcard is actually a new design following the design of the old WPA posters. The artists are Doug Leen and Brian Maebius. I like the receding cliffs and the changes in color, and the artfully placed pine trees.
My previous post describes this series.
Bryce Canyon, according the National Park Service, is a small national park in southwestern Utah. Named after the Mormon Pioneer Ebenezer Bryce, Bryce Canyon became a national park in 1928. The rock type here is actually limestone, not sandstone as I originally thought. The spires of rock seen in Bryce are called hoodoos and are formed by weathering and erosion.