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Grand Canyon

Thanks to all for the comments.
And with reference to Paul's comments, yes it is difficult to get sense of scale. Only the mighty Colorado appearing like a small stream gives a clue.

Mike
 

tenchy

Rain maker
Administrator
great view of the Canyon. I was thinking I don't recall seeing this view and I have done most points on north and south rim.
Paul's link helped. I think we got to this one a little late and it was practically dark :(
 

Pete Larkin

Always on
Premium Member
Cracking shot - great depth and perspective, but, as Paul says, it's only being there gives the true scale and drama!
 
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