If you've seen this in person, you probably know exactly what it is. If not, it could be a puzzler.
One hint: It's a close crop of a somewhat well-known landform. Another hint: The image was taken at sunrise.
Yeah, that's not much help. See the full image and description below …
The photo is of a rock formation called Thor's Hammer in Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah. The wild spires at Bryce are called "hoodoos," an they're rampant in what looks like a giant natural amphitheater. They over millions of years as ice and rainwater wore away the weak limestone in the mix of rock, leaving some improbable formations.