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Bryce Canyon, Utah Issued 24 February 1996 Plate #S11111 (63¢ letter rate for Mexico and Canada), shiny finish.
This stamp in the Scenic American Landscapes series features a photograph of Bryce Canyon's Bryce Amphitheater in southern Utah by Tom Till of Moab, Utah. Erosion shaped the landscape into countless whimsical spires known as hoodoos. Text on the stamp reads, "Bryce Canyon, Utah."
Bryce Canyon, as the primary attraction at the 35,835 acre National Park of the same name, is home to a colorful array of stunning geological formations. The park was recognized first as a national monument in 1923, then as Utah National Park in 1924 and named Bryce Canyon in 1928.