Recently shot near the North Rim of the Grand Canyon.
Just got back from three days at The Grand Canyon with some Milky Way shots.
Last Friday’s full moon captured near the Grand Canyon. A prescribed forest fire nearby added some smoke and cool color.
Storm after storm passed by my secluded campsite in the Kaibab National Forest. This site overlooks Marble Canyon and the area north of the Grand Canyon. These images and more are available as prints or downloadable files for personal use at Dawn2Dawn Photography
Passing monsoonal rainstorms appeared throughout the three days I spent at Timp Point, Kaibab National Forest, Arizona. These images and other recent photos are available as prints or downloadable files at Dawn2Dawn Photography.com Word Press members receive a 25% discount with the code WP2016.
The Kaibab National Forest is an anomaly in a land of deep red rock canyons and desert scrub. Situated high on a plateau, the Kaibab reaches some 9,000 feet into the Northern Arizona sky.
In-camera techniques produced images from the Kaibab National Forest and its Ponderosa Pines and Aspens.
Monsoonal moisture over the Grand Canyon produced much needed rain this week but watch as a cloud produces a rain shower and watch as that rain disappears.. Hot dry air from the depths of the Grand Canyon is probably responsible for the dissolution of the rain. I thought for sure I was going to be rained on. Watch in HiDef at Full Screen.