Pictures of the Grand Canyon

 

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Canyon Sunset 1

Snowy Aspens at Grand Canyon
One of our favorite pictures of Grand Canyon

Pinyon Snag


Canyon and Ponderosa

Sunset Pinyon

Yavipi Dawn

O'Neil Butte I

Canyon Snowy Sunset

Red Wall


Pinyon, Snow

Purple Mist

5180, Grand Canyon, Winter Snow,
Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona

9096, Grand Canyon Sunset, Dead Tree, Golden Wall

9048, Column and Canyon, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona

9052, Desert Paintbrush and Rocks, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona

9090, White Capped Ridge, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona

9046, Grand Canyon Dawn, Red Butte, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona

9050B, Golden Wall and Branch, Grand Canyon Sunset, Grand Canyon National Park, AZ

9035, Gnarled Pinyon and Gold Rock, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona

9037, Golden Ridge of Light, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona

9038, Valley of Fire, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona

9039, Valley of Fire with sky, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona

9040, Grand Canyon, Tower of Light. Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona

9042, South Rim Dawn, Morning Light 1, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona

9047, Yavapai Dawn, White Rock, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona

9046, Grand Canyon Dawn, Red Butte, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona

9049, Grand Canyon Morning Light, White Slab, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona

9043, Yavapai Sunrise Silouettes, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona

9051, Grand Canyon Sunset, Gold Sky, Black Wall

9044, Yavapai Sunrise Silouettes 2, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona


6994, Grand Canyon and Snowy
Ledge, AZ

6995, Snowy Grand Canyon
and Trees, AZ

9050, Grand Canyon Sunset, Golden Wall and Branch 1

 



All of the above pictures of Grand canyon were taken by Fred and Joan Hanselmann

Rocky Mountain Phototograpy is myself and my wife, Fred and Joan Hanselmann. I am the guy to the left with the large format camera. Joan is on the right, photographing with her medium format camera at McDonald Lake in Glacier National Park.

Both Joan and I have a great love for the mountains and rivers and deserts of the American west. I suppose this came from our childhoods. We both grew up in Wyoming and learned at an early age to love the wild places around us. Joan grew up camping and fishing and hiking with her family in the Wind River Mountains in the North-western part of the state. I had similar experiences. When I was between ten and fourteen or so, my parents would often take my brother and I on a series of wonderful summer vacation trips to the great National Parks of the West. Since we lived in Wyoming, one of the places we often visited was Grand Teton National Park. I can still remember one magic morning when we got up very early to go on a hike. We were walking around Jenny Lake shortly after dawn. I was absolutely enthralled. I vowed to come back. And I have. I've been back to the Tetons every year of my life since, except for a couple of years that I spent in the army. The Tetons and many of the other great National Parks of the American West have become a central and enduring part of my life.