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Canyon Deadwood
Photo By Marc Lowry

  • Title: Canyon Deadwood
  • State/Province/Region: Arizona
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: Hermit's Rest
  • Nearest Town: Grand Canyon National Park
  • Brief Directions: A short hike along South Rim of the Grand Canyon led me to this unique spot along Hermit's Trail.
  • Notes: Sometimes, even short jaunts off the beaten path can lead to some of the most spectacular views.
  • Best Season: Autumn
  • Description: Gnarled Knotty Pine overhanging a ledge a few hundred feet off the main trail along the south side of the Grand Canyon.
  • Gear: Canon EOS 650, Vivitar 19-35mm Zoom Lens, Polarizer Filter
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