Even leaveless Aspen Trees have their appeal. At the North Rim of Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona.
Aspen trees were at full color at Grand Canyon National Park’s North Rim last week. Paradoxically, nearby aspens were past peak. Those images to follow soon.
A recent drive to Grand Canyon National Park’s North Rim revealed some sights not normally associated with The Grand Canyon. Like wildlife, Aspens and Autumn Colors.
Last night’s full moon rising near The Grand Canyon.
Light from a setting sun shines upon Marble Canyon in Northern Arizona.
Dramatic shots produced from monsoonal storms racing past Marble Canyon, just north of the Grand Canyon.
Sunlight penetrates clouds from a passing thunderstorm, producing sunbeams along Marble Canyon in Northern Arizona.
Milky Way shots captured near the North Rim of the Grand Canyon, including one with nearby lightning.
At the Kaibab National Forest, adjacent to Grand Canyon National Park’s North Rim. At an elevation between eight to 9,000 feet, Autumn arrives early. The Aspens were just beginning to change colors and should be at full color around the first of October. But small pockets couldn’t wait.