|Lightning near Zoroaster Temple, as seen from the South Kaibab Trail.|
|Caves in the South Rim, that were once used as granaries by the people of the old Tusayan pueblo.|
|A close-up of one of the pools in Grapevine Creek, near Lyell Butte, on the Tonto Trail's East leg.|
|A view from the New Hance Trail, early in the morning.|
|Looking North from the Escalante Route. As you can see from the prickly pear blossoms and other flowers, it was spring.|
|A small slot canyon near Papago rapids.|
|Looking north across the river gorge, from the western leg of the Tonto Trail.|
As I said on the home page, I'm a late blooming amateur. Sometimes I get lucky, and if I take enough shots, I can get lucky pretty often. It helps to have a magnificent subject like the Canyon to inspire you. But the more I work with cameras, the more I appreciate the human eye.