Grand Canyon, Arizona
Early Winter at the South Rim
December 2003 - January 2004

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These photos were taken in early winter, a time of notably changeable weather. In the last couple of months here, temperatures during the day have varied from 3 degrees Farenheit to 54. Visibility has gone from fog right up in your face, to clear views across the Canyon and beyond. Sometimes it's so still, quiet, and clear you can't believe it, and a half hour later, you're being pelted by a small ice storm, carried by 30 MPH gusts of Arctic wind.

The Grand Canyon has been photographed just about every way there is, and yet, any photographer can't help but keep trying, if only to have the unique experience of standing before those amazing vistas with a camera in hand.


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