If you continue up to Rainbow Point and walk the trails, the landscape of Bryce Canyon becomes less densely packed with wonder but is no less dramatic for it. Here’s a view from the tip of the Bristlecone Loop Trail.
You’re up at over 9000ft at this point (which we drove, lest you think we epically hiked it). This was a record for us until we passed over the rockies the following year.
Even with this more sedate landscape compared to the hoodoos lower down, the land still makes the photos look unreal - the deep orange and then bright whites of the land make all the images look like you cranked the saturation up in Lightroom - but it really just is like that.