My wife took this photo on the North Rim of the Grand Canyon… in late May! It was (relatively) cold, snowing off and on and lacking oxygen. It was beautiful! It was a strangely pretty day, quiet and overcast with clouds hanging down like sheer wispy curtains over the faces of the canyons. There was a fog-like mist that wasn't conducive to capturing the vivid colors normally associated with the Canyon. But we got some interestingly different shots.
We had a great time and got to see the North Rim in the snow. It was a special treat for us since we live in the deep south about 200 ft above sea level. I seriously doubt we will ever see it again.
I enjoy taking and sharing photos. My hope is that they will provide a little enjoyment and help remind us of what a wonderful God we have. As I was looking at some of the beautiful sights in the American Southwest, I became emotional, teared up a little and said to myself, "He could have just made it all functional, but instead He also made it beautiful. Surely that must be for our enjoyment."
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