Here's something new to blame social media for. Parking at a spot near the edge of an Arizona canyon where the Colorado River makes a sharp U-turn will now come at a cost. The Horseshoe Bend, where the bluish-green river takes a 270-degree turn just outside the town of Page is one of the most photographed spot. Sharing pictures of the spot on social media is a trend, and has in turn, attracted many tourists and visitors. The traffic and safety concerns that come with the site’s popularity are what led officials to start charging a parking fee this month.