- Black and White photos
- My favorite photos from the trip 1 (that I haven't already posted)
- My favorite photos from the trip 2 (that I haven't already posted)
We weren't in the park yet. We stopped on the Navajo reservation and took this pic.
I wasn't sure which I liked best, the canyon or the dead tree.
It's amazing how big the canyon is. At the south rim, it's many miles across and a mile deep. It's also more than a hundred miles to the north rim.
I loved this tree. Although this tree is dead, some of the bristlecone pines here live for thousands of years.
It's hard to judge the scale of this place, it's size is mind blowing.
Make sure you enlarge this one.
Note how red the river is, proof that the canyon is still growing in size.
That first drop is about 2000 feet, straight down. It made me dizzy.
I don't know the idot who climbed out there, but it made a good pic for me.
Another tree that's at least a thousand years old.
Too big to comprehend.
Yes, it's a trail to the bottom. A guy died on this trail or one near there last weekend. We walked down it, but not too far.
Almost a spectacular photo. This is a raven. I thought the crows around my area were huge, but the ravens at the Grand Canyon dwarfed them. Man, I wish I could have got this guy framed up. I had to do a quick draw and shoot. Almost...
As we were driving back to Sedona we saw this display. We couldn't believe the shade of violet-blue we were looking at. I'm sure there was a spectacular sunset that night.