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.
Rainbows over Marble Canyon during probably the last of the monsoon storms for this year.
Taken at Marble Canyon Arizona
The images below shot last week along the Arizona/Utah border show buttes, plateaus and mesas, geologic land forms that permeate America’s Desert Southwest. In general terms, buttes are smaller than mesas and mesas are smaller than plateaus. Buttes were probably once mesas but shrunk in size due to erosion. Plateaus are bigger than both mesas and buttes. But specific sizes of each land form are not normally defined.
Sunlight penetrates clouds from a passing thunderstorm, producing sunbeams along Marble Canyon in Northern Arizona.