Here is a picture of me in the redwood forest of Northern California.It is hard for pictures to do that place justice
Well said.. I once drove down from Oregon all the way to Muir Woods near San Francisco along the coast on HWY 101... It's a very memorable drive along the beaches and through the woods.. As souldog says, hard for pictures to do justice.. The very act of standing in front of those giants makes you feel so small in size as well as age in comparison to those trees.. There are some trees which are easily 1000 years old.. I have seen one which is 1500 years old and still going strong !!
...With the Grand Canyon behind you... Such a beautiful place... I was there at that very spot in 2002...
The photo brings back nice memories...
You did also experience Sunset at the Canyon, right?
The shadows and soft lights render such incredible beauty!
Oh, yes - I got some really nice pictures of it, too.
BTW: off-topic, but for anyone seriously interested in digital photography (and, if you are, then I assume you shoot RAW images), I heartily recommend a program called RawShooter Essentials (or its paid-for - and better - alternative RawShooter Premium). It can resue even seemingly hopeless pictures.
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