"The Canyon Awakens" as the first light hits the canyon rim.
Grand Canyon as the sun sets...
Mid Morning view between Yavapai and Mather Points
"Desert Bighorn Ram"
This species is the same as other Bighorn Sheep seen throughout the Western U.S. with one exception; It has developed the ability to go without water for extended periods at time.
The Grand Canyon viewed from Hopi Point
The protruding rocks along the canyon edge make perfect spots for the Desert Bighorn Sheep to survey the canyon below. Although they can't be seen, two Rams are resting in the shade of the small tree.
One fo the many rock outcroppings found along the Grand Canyon rim that have, so far, avoided the ravages of time which would cause them to fall to the canyon below.
View from Hopi Point
Balanced Rock and the Canyon Walls Beyond
Late afternoon at the Grand Canyon
Near Sunset the canyon walls are alive with color.
30 minutes after the sun has set the the birds have quit flying and the canyon is very still. In the soft, dim light the canyon's colors are revealed with a time exposure.
Sedona,AZ viewed from the south in early Fall.
Near the village of Oak Creek, just south of Sedona, Arizona
"Red Rock Country"
"Red Rock Twins"
Near Sedona, Arizona
Along the Soldier Pass Trail, Sedona, Arizona
"Chapel of the Holy Cross"
The famous Frank Lloyd Wright design nestled in the Red Rock Country of Sedona, Arizona
"Red Rock Crossing"
At Oak Creek in Sedona, Arizona
The iconic view of the Colorado River at Oxbow Bend just south of Page, Arizona
"Colorado River at Oxbow Bend"
A peek at the Colorado River through a narrow opening in the canyon wall
"Oxbow Bend II"
An alternate view of the Colorado River at Oxbow Bend