Photo Review 1 of 2: Grand Canyon, South Kaibab Trail and Views from Desert View Drive

Yesterday we hiked out of the Grand Canyon after spending four nights at the bottom.  As I mentioned earlier this week, the Grand Canyon is where Jay’s and my relationship was born and by now it feels like a second home to me.  This was my first time staying overnight at Phantom Ranch and it was an amazing week.  These pictures are ones that I took from the South Rim and from the South Kaibab Trail.  Tomorrow I will add a series of pictures that I took from Phantom Ranch and the North Kaibab Trail along Bright Angel Creek.  Of course these photos do not do justice to the wonder of the canyon, but I hope they can share some of its beauty with you.

view of Grand Canyon from Desert View Drive

view of Grand Canyon from point on Desert View Drive

sunset at Grand Canyon, view from point on Desert View Drive

sunset at Grand Canyon, view from point on Desert View Drive

view from South Kaibab Trail

view of Grand Canyon from South Kaibab Trail

View of Colorado River from point on Desert View Drive

View of Colorado River from point on Desert View Drive

View of Grand Canyon from South Kaibab Trail

View of Grand Canyon from South Kaibab Trail

View of Colorado River from South Kaibab Trail

View of Colorado River from South Kaibab Trail

view of Grand Canyon from South Kaibab Trail

view of Grand Canyon from South Kaibab Trail

view from South Kaibab Trail

view from South Kaibab Trail

sand blowing on South Kaibab Trail

sand blowing on South Kaibab Trail

view of Grand Canyon from South Kaibab Trail

view of Grand Canyon from South Kaibab Trail

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5 responses to “Photo Review 1 of 2: Grand Canyon, South Kaibab Trail and Views from Desert View Drive

  1. Gorgeous scenery and gorgeous photos! I’m assuming that you went from the south rim, right?

  2. WOW! Your photography is fabulous! I think you may have a back-up career.

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