Monday, February 02, 2015

(Photos) Grand Canyon in Snow, part two

The time has arrived to take another look at my photographs from my December 2011 trip to the Grand Canyon.

Kind of reminds you a bit of a wedding cake, right?

Morning at the Grand Canyon.

The history of mules at the Grand Canyon dates from before it was declared a national park--miners utilized the animals as pack animals.

Mormon tea is a common desert shrub in Arizona and Utah.

Trees guard the canyon.

During last night's coverage of Super Bowl XLIX in Glendale, Arizona, there were many shots of the Grand Canyon--only without snow. Oh, yes, today is Groundhog Day. But since woodchucks aren't native to Arizona, there won't be any there to see their own shadows.

So many awe-inspiring views...

This is what the top of the Grand Canyon looks like.

Sunset at the Canyon.

Next: Even more photographs

Earlier post:

(Photos) Grand Canyon in Snow, part one

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