An epic Palouse Falls. A witness of tremendous tectonic transformation that took place over past glacial cycles. Over 115 meters deep canyon walls carved by melting glaciers floods roaring over this place for many thousands of years.
This little tree enjoys some of the most epic views on Grand Canyon every day.
I will call this one a “Firebird”
Bryce canyon was one of the highlights of our recent road trip to US. So there will be more coming as I plough through the gigabytes of data.
This shot was taken in Shouldice Park in Calgary last fall. Still remember the smell of leaves and warm golden light.
Probably one of the “Juiciest” images in my folio 🙂