Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Graffitti Trees at Bryce National Park

These trees were near one of the overlooks at Bryce National Park. Tourists have carved names and initials into the trunks. Not very "earth friendly", but creating interesting textures to the trees. These probably won't be seen as historical as the rock paintings and pictographs of the Indians!


  1. Wow, these really are amazing. They look just like heiroglyphics!

  2. Yeah, Johnny + Debbie probably won't survive the test of time. Great photo, though!