Misc. Grand Canyon

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  1. icassell

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    Some more pix from my Canyon weekend

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    Count me as a fan of #2. The "half tree" on the far right of the image is a bit distracting, but I can't see how you could make it disappear without altering your choice of cropping.

    What a beautiful place, by the way. Very high on my wishlist.
     
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    Thanks, Federico. I have lived in Arizona for 9 years, but it has been more than 30years since I had been to the Canyon. The weather was terrible for 3 of our 4 days, but that made the light interesting. It is an amazing place. Yes, I wanted to get that tree outta there (and might try a little PS to see if I can make it happen), but this is the best I could do for the moment.

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    I like 2 and 3 the best. One thing you can count on at the GC is varying light conditions in short time periods.
     
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    I visited the Grand Canyon in 2005. I think that for the most part, photographs do not do it justice. It's quite the awe inspiring place! I think your second shot is terrific.
     

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