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Hermits Rest Window
Photo By Arthur Mullis

  • Title: Hermits Rest Window
  • State/Province/Region: Arizona
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona
  • Nearest Town: Grand Canyon, AZ
  • Brief Directions: Only accesible by Grand Canyon Shuttle Bus from the South Rim Visitor's Center during the summer months.
  • GPS Longitude: 112
  • GPS Latitude: 36
  • Best Season: Spring
  • Description: A window on the western end of Grand Canyon from Hermits Rest. I attempted to use the trees to frame the canyon into an interesting shot.
  • Gear: Nikon D800, Nikkor 24-70mm F/2.8 @ 45mm FL, Gitzo tripod with a RRS BH-55 Ballhead.
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