Travelogue: The Grand Canyon

View of the Grand Canyon.
Getting a photo that captures the breadth of the Canyon is almost as difficult as getting a photo that captures the height of redwood trees. Alas, this was the best I could do with my limited photography skills.
The Grand Canyon at sunset.
Sunset from Pipe Creek Vista Point.
The Colorado River at the bottom of Grand Canyon.
The Colorado River snakes along the floor of the Grand Canyon. (Photo by The Fabulous Wife.)

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Former Risk Manager at UC Berkeley, author of four books, ectomorphic introvert.

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Andy Goldblatt

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Former Risk Manager at UC Berkeley, author of four books, ectomorphic introvert.

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