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Travel Photo of the Week | BRYCE Canyon
Travel Photo of the Week | BRYCE Canyon
Posted June 28, 2013

Starting today, we will present in each week a travel photo selected by us representing a culture, a place, a memory and more. Curious? Follow us through our journey around the globe and find the most incredible places and cultures!

Today’s photo is from the BRYCE Canyon from which our BRYCE Side Table is inspired.

"Located in the south-western Utah in the United States, BRYCE is a giant natural amphitheatre caused by the erosion through the Paunsaugnt Plateau. What makes BRYCE different are the geological structures called hoodoos, full of tones of red, orange and white colours"

Located in the south-western Utah in the United States, BRYCE is a giant natural amphitheatre caused by the erosion through the Paunsaugnt Plateau. What makes BRYCE different are the geological structures called hoodoos, full of tones of red, orange and white colours. The holes in BRYCE side table depict the stream erosion created by the river and lake bed sedimentary rocks, shaping a surface of golden leaf – with rich reflections – on a clean polished black lacquered body. BRYCE stands strong by a sofa or an armchair where you can put a book, a cup of tea or your favourite table lamp, complementing your ideal living room.

"Located in the south-western Utah in the United States, BRYCE is a giant natural amphitheatre caused by the erosion through the Paunsaugnt Plateau. What makes BRYCE different are the geological structures called hoodoos, full of tones of red, orange and white colours"

"Located in the south-western Utah in the United States, BRYCE is a giant natural amphitheatre caused by the erosion through the Paunsaugnt Plateau. What makes BRYCE different are the geological structures called hoodoos, full of tones of red, orange and white colours"

What do you think?

Bryce Canyon image source:

Anirama

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