Kodachrome Basin State Park in Utah is famous of sand stone chimneys many of which may be called needles. There are other interesting rock formations, too. Those sand stones change color depending on the way sun shines on them. This picture gives a rough feeling of what is to come.
A zoomed-on picture of the previous chimney from a slightly different angle.
Four marching figures.
Zoomed-in version of the head of the previous needle.
This is another needle, different from the previous one.
The head of the second needle.
A budda? If the sun light shines directly on the rock, probably a totally different image will emerge.