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Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah, USA. The Wall Street Trail of Bryce Canyon has its own skyscrapers: ponderosa pines. Chasms in the rock are formed when water freezes and expands, creating alleys up to 60m deep. (Sarun Laowong /Getty Images)

Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah, USA. The Wall Street Trail of Bryce Canyon has its own skyscrapers: ponderosa pines. Chasms in the rock are formed when water freezes and expands, creating alleys up to 60m deep. (Sarun Laowong
/Getty Images)

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