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The Colorado River flows steadily down the Marble Canyon section of Grand Canyon national park as the sun is nearing the western horizon.
Camera/lens: Canon 5D, EF 28-70/2.8L
arizona, colorado river, desert, grand canyon, landscape, river, sandstone, southwest
Travel & Nature photographer who currently resides in Frisco, Texas
Glad you like it, Laurie, thanks!
– Inge Johnsson
Another great canyon shot. God’s country!
Great image Inge..nicely balanced composition and tones !!
Thank you, Gerry
beautiful shot, great view and beautiful colours
Thank you so much!
Beautiful image, great composition! Have always wanted to visit this place.
It is a great place, and so fun to go rafting down the river
You are making me homesick with your beautiful Grand Canyon photos ~ Lynn
I assume that’s a good thing or? Thanks Lynn.
Love the colours and composition. How long did you spend there on this trip?
I spent 12 days rafting down the river, and an afternoon and following morning at this spot.
Magnificent canyon shot Inge…my dream destination..
I’d go back on the river given the opportunity. It was an adventure of a lifetime! Thanks.
Stunning capture of the SW colors! A wonderful vista!
Thanks! Yes, I guess this one really has the palette of the American southwest.
Beautiful. I don’t recall ever seeing this before. Did you hike to get there?
Well, a little bit, but I got to this spot via the Colorado River, on a 12-day rafting trip the entire length of the Grand Canyon and more. Thanks!