Monday, May 6, 2013

"Eternity"Grand Canyon National Park By Robert Park

Via Flickr:
Toroweap Point is a truly remote spot of the Grand Canyon located at the end of a 60 mile dirt road. Once there you can camp just a few hundred feet from the sheer cliffs of the Grand Canyon within an established campsite. This image was created one evening, while camping in solitude at Toroweap. The sun was cresting the horizon at sunset while the clouds began to clear—dramatic
beams of light cascaded down the canyon—allowing a beautiful starburst to be created in the camera lens. Toroweap Point drops almost 3,000 feet straight down to the Grand Canyon and Colorado River, offering breath-taking views and a sense of exhilaration that is unmatched anywhere else in the canyon.
Location: Toroweap Point on the North Rim of the Grand Canyon.
© Robert Park

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