This is so beautiful, I could have used this for a poem I wrote.
Thank you Maria! Be happy to see this one goes with your beautiful poem. 🙂
This is an otherworldly place, isn’t it Amy? Stunning images.
It really is. So glad we did… Thank you for your comment, LuAnn! 🙂
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Awesome place. How hard/difficult is the hike there? I’ve read so much about it.
It is not as difficult at all. But, there are a few challenging areas. You have to sign up for a tour for both the upper and low part of the Canyon.
Fantastic structures, excellent captures.
Have a great week,
A couple hundreds of millions of years of erosion process. Amazing structures there… Thank you, Pit! 🙂
“hundreds of millions of years of erosion”: that gives you much to think about how nature works, doesn’t it?
Some 4,000 million years in Grand Canyon…
incredible Amy xx
I was in awe the entire time…
Awesome scenery and gorgeous shots! Nice interpretation of this challenge.
Thank you, Tiny! A couple hundreds of millions of years of erosion…
Marvelous color country–the majesty of the Southwest and its awe-inspiring structures.
Majesty, indeed! I was in awe the entire time… Thank you, Sally!
“There is shadow under this red rock,
(Come in under the shadow of this red rock)”
Perfect foil for a favourite poem of mine.
Ah… T.S. Eliot. Thank you for introducing this poem, Simon. Beautiful!
Too many people experience the poem in Eng. lit. classes with teachers pointing out the meanings of all the references. Just let them read it, I say. And show them a few of your photos at the same time!
Knowing the meaning makes the poem easier to appreciate. With your encouraging, I’d love to try to show them with my photos. Thank you so much, Simon.
Just stunning images Amy. Lucky you for being able to visit this amazing place.
We both like to travel. I think all the online reservations, Google map, GPS, etc. made easier for travelers.
Thank you, Hien! Can’t never bring up the majesty of the place though…
Really want to travel through some of these areas. Love the rock, stone, erosion . . . everything. Thanks for sharing.
We spent a week in AZ, a great experience. Hope you get to visit here in the near future. Thank you, Rusha!
holy color! what nice shots and great take on broken
Thank you so much for your compliment, Yvette! I was just uploading more photo from this trip. 🙂
Wow! These are beautiful shots, Amy. The colors remind me of sunset.
Thank you so much, Robin! The colors of rocks changes with the sunlight, so you see different colors through out the day.
Wow, a perfect choice for this week’s challenge, Amy. Lovely. 🙂
Thank you so much for your compliment, Lisa! 🙂
Nice way to put it, Amy. Bringing history to life…or what is,left of it. Gorgeous photos too.
It was a cool adventure, I must say. So glad you like the photos, Mabel. 🙂
Nature is such an amazing artist (as long as no human come to interfere!) THanks a lot for this beautiful shot 🙂
Well said, Estelea! These places are well preserved. 🙂
Beautiful photos, Amy. Do they limit the number of tourists there?
They do have limit… The canyon is very narrow, some spots are no more than 3, 4 inch wide. Besides, the town (Page) has so many hotels. The owner of the hotel told us that they have to turn dozens of visitors every day during the busy season. I will try to do a post for this fascinating place later. Thank you for commenting, Dragon!
This looks so unreal the way you’ve processed it, Amy. I have plenty of catching up with blogging. I’m back.
It does bring up the structure of rock that has been through the erosion for over one hundred million years… The colors of the rocks change according to the sunlight, so you never see the same color throughout the day.
Sooo happy you are back! 🙂 ❤
It is an amazing place!!
Over one hundred million years erosion… Thank you for commenting, Aletta!
Stunning pics Amy.
Thank you for visiting, Rashmik! 🙂
These are stunning.
Thank you for stopping by! 🙂
There you go! 😀 I checked and approved 😉
Awww… Really cool to have your approval; it made me happy! 🙂 Thank you for visiting. I know you are busy. Btw, it’s Monday, are you doing you MM?
haha.. im again saying im no one to approve things 😛
Well sure. Its all taken care already. Hope you will join 🙂
Of course, you do, especial! 🙂 I haven’t seen it in my Reader. will take look. 🙂
Alright. You won again 😉
Well I think it will take another 20mins. Its scheduled 😉
You haven’t posted like you used to… Did I miss it. 😉
i’m trying to be regular again 🙂
Yay!!! I’m waiting… 🙂
Absolutely wonderful!!! Good to know we need to book in advance…
Ooops, I missed your comment earlier. Sorry about that. Thank you so much for visiting and commenting, ilargia! 🙂
Absolutely stunning Amy!
It was a amazing tour, Sue. So glad you like it. 🙂
This is such a great picture. The best one of I’ve seen so far.
That is such a high praise. Thank you so much! 🙂
spectacular photos, Amy! Wow! 🙂
Appreciate so much of your compliment, Lola! 🙂
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Ethereal and those tones are stunning!!
Thank you, Susan! More so, when we heard the long history of the landscape.
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