Sunset at the Grand Canyon with El Tovar hotel at the edge of the canyon.
Grand Canyon's store and restaurant at the edge of the canyon at sunset.
Grand Canyon at sunrise near Yaki Point at the start of the South Kaibab trail.
Starting the South Kaibab trail at sunrise. The trail is visible below as it switches back and forth.
The view into the canyon from the trail into the canyon via the South Kaibab trail. Just after sunrise, the sun peeks into the canyon.
On our way to the Ohh Ahh Point, about .75 miles down and .75 miles back up! This is a steep trail!
Hiking into the canyon just after sunrise.
The sun hits more of the canyon after sunrise.
South Kaibab trail will take you to Phantom Ranch at the bottom after a 7 mile hike.
View into the canyon from South Kaibab trail.
View from Ohh Ahh Point on the South Kaibab trail, almost a mile into the canyon.
View into the canyon with a storm cloud on the other side of the canyon
This is snow coming down into the canyon from the cloud. Purple majesty Grand Canyon!
A panorama view of the canyon. The shadow from the clouds appears to be an Indian with a head dress. Funny the things you can see in shadows and clouds.
The beautiful colors of the canyon are shown from this viewpoint.
Beautiful clouds and colors of the canyon. Does the shadow at the right look like a dog?
A telephoto view of the Colorado River below.
The snow storm approaches over the canyon.
As snow flurries begin to fall, I took one last photo before we ran for shelter.
Trees frame the canyon below.
A Grand Canyon squirrel poses in front of the canyon. They're extremely tame and ready for a handout.
El Trevor hotel has been hosting guests since 1905.
The sun light streams down through the clouds into the canyon.
Sunlight streams into the canyon from above.
The canyon is framed by the tree limbs the seem to reach out to the canyon.
Sun rays come through the clouds over the Grand Canyon
Heavenly light streams into the canyon.
One of the great chasms in the canyon is shown here.
I believe this rock formation is called Isis Temple.
Beautiful vibrant colors of the canyon, pink, purple, blues....
About a dozen elk appeared at sunrise next to the canyon.
Posing elk next to the Grand Canyon
The elk followed the walkway and looked for something to eat as they walked.
A bush to munch on with a great view... Elks at the edge of the Grand Canyon
Sunrise...but cloud cover gives only a sliver of pink sky and the sun showing through.
Waiting for sunrise...The clouds obscured the sun. Another photographer below waits for the clouds to possibly rise.
A girl on the canyon wall takes a quick photo over the rim.
A small deer in the early morning light,
As the sun rises, the color of the canyon comes alive.
One of the lookout points along the canyon rim.
A lookout point along the canyon rim.
There is a trail and a small building on the red dirt rock formation.
The clouds cast shadows on the canyon below.
Part of the new walkway that was recently built along the south canyon rim.