Hoodoo Formations II— at Writing-on-stone (Aisinai'pi)
On the road in the American / Canadian Northwest.

Frozen Flowforms . . .

A hoodoo is a column or pinnacle of water-worn
or shaped rock, often topped with a flatter piece
of harder rock.

The word 'hoodoo' is evidently an alteration of Voodoo.
This is because the shapes bear a striking resemblance to
bizarre human forms, frequently topped by "hats" of different
shapes and sizes . . .

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