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  •  Actually, it was just before sunrise... (2+ / 0-)
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    RiveroftheWest, Randtntx

    We had walked along the rim trail from our room at the Kachina/Thunderbird to get a better view to the east. I zoomed to max telephoto and was playing with exposures. As a result it's a little on the dark side. I'll have to see which if any others are worth posting. As an aside, I would strongly recommend to GC visitors that they explore the walking trail on the South Rim. It's basically flat and you can get away from the crowds yet get the same awesome views.

    Oh, and thanks so Rich much for a wonderfully informative diary! Here's another pic taken a short time later:

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    by Ian S on Sat Apr 06, 2013 at 06:30:20 PM PDT

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    •  si, that is that. . . (2+ / 0-)
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      RiveroftheWest, Randtntx

      a pre-dawn sunrise photo. And you are an expert thru the lens, as it were, Ian S. Please. . . can you send more photos? I think you have a very anticipating audience waiting for same. I also relish the way you wait (and shoot) for the special photographic  time and shoot given what you already sent. I took a degree in philosophy and anthropology and photography many years ago, at the University of Colorado, under the, I guess he is, world-famous Jim Milmoe (protoge to Ansel Adams) and I think I can safely say I had an instructed eye for photographic genius, such as what you have since displayed in your commentary. Jackson, one of my favorite old-time photographers, had a similar bent. Anyway, yours artistry is quite beyond the usual spectrum of images of the Grand Canyon. Kindly send and share more. I am possibly one of your biggest fans . I also see you migrated to the west and shot the Bright Angel Trail sector just west of Grand Canyon Village in perfect light and shadow. N'est-pas as the French say?

      Treat the world (yourself, and others) as part of a living organism. Everyone and everything will benefit.

      by richholtzin on Sat Apr 06, 2013 at 07:07:00 PM PDT

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