This huge sedimentary pipe is named Chimney Rock. It stands out in a wide open space all by itself.
The state park first got its name following a 1948 National Geographic Society exploration, where the park’s stunning landscape of contrasting colors inspired society photographers to nickname the area “Kodachrome Flat,” after the name of the newly released photo film from Kodak. After some concern for infringing Kodak's trademark, Utah sought permission from the company to use Kodachrome in the name. Kodak granted permission.
Kodachrome Basin State Park
Southern Utah, USA