Gorge

Gorge Photograph by Mary Mikawoz

Gorge Photograph by Mary Mikawoz

This is a gorge at the Grand Canyon National Park. President Theodore Roosevelt was a proponent of the preservation of the canyon. The canyon is a 277 miles long and places 18 miles wide with a depth of over a mile. It is beautiful in its majesty. It has sheer cliffs and is spectacular.

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Burnt Tree

Burnt Tree by Mary Mikawoz

Burnt Tree by Mary Mikawoz

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This is the Grand Canyon National Park. President Theodore Roosevelt was a proponent of the preservation of the canyon. The canyon is a 277 miles long and places 18 miles wide with a depth of over a mile. It is beautiful in its majesty. It has sheer cliffs and is spectacular. I like the burnt tree as contrast.

Two Cliffs

Two Cliffs by Mary Mikawoz

Two Cliffs by Mary Mikawoz

These cliffs are at Grand Canyon National Park. President Theodore Roosevelt was a proponent of the preservation of the canyon. The canyon is a 277 miles long and places 18 miles wide with a depth of over a mile. It is beautiful in its majesty. It has sheer cliffs and is spectacular. I like the tree in between the two cliffs.