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Grand Canyon - Yavapai

Nadine and Bob Johnston

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Olympia, WA - United States

Awe inspiring...spectacular image! f/v

Linden, PA - United States

You captured an amazing view! So well done!

Mesa, AZ - United States

Beautiful scene. v

Chicago, IL - United States

This is a gorgeous photo of the Grand Canyon! Beautiful colors and clarity! v/f/s/p/t/fb and G+!

Rochester, NY - United States

wonderful photograph....spectacular and stunning views......amazing capture.....great work.....v/f/fb

Cottonwood, AZ - United States

Thank you

San Lorenzo, CA - United States

Just gorgeous!!

Orange Park, FL - United States

Beautiful image! V

Cottonwood, AZ - United States

We are here now !

Tucson, AZ - United States

I love this. Great shot, beautiful color and the tree in the right fore ground is a perfect touch.

Lusby, MD - United States

I have never been to the Grand Canyon, but you photo sure makes me want to go! It's wonderful!

Tarnow - Poland

Wonderful photo with wonderful landscape! v

Fort Worth, TX - United States

Stunning view, wonderfully done! v

Cottonwood, AZ - United States

This inspired us, we are heading for the Grand Canyon on Monday. It great to be retired. May head to Monument valley, and Arches from there, who knows where else we may wind up as we drift with the wind. ;)

Prosser, WA - United States

I love it. As an amateur "geologist" I love your description of the rocks. As always a well-deserved vote. I have added it to my favorites

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One of my favorite viewpoints is at Yavapai. There is an asphalt path off both sides so can get along with my walker. There are also benches to rest, or just sit and enjoy the view. If you like this, please leave a comment or click and post on Google with G+1, thanks for any considerations...

Much of The valley's vivid red color comes from iron oxide exposed in the weathered siltstone. The darker,blue-gray rocks in the valley get their color from manganese oxide. The white to yellow colors come from the Limestone. Purple to black from basalt of volcanoes and some of the color from the haze created by water evaporated from the Colorado River. There is more haze in the air during May through September due to the heat. But, if you have never been down into the canyon, may not realize the temperature at river level can be 30 degrees warmer than it is on the rim...

Grand Canyon National Park is the United States' 15th oldest national park and is located in Arizona. Within the park lies the Grand Canyon, a gorge of the Colorado River, considered to be one of the Wonders of the World. The park covers 1,217,262 acres (1,902 sq mi; 4,926 km2) of unincorporated area in Coconino and Mohave counties.

Most visitors to the park come to the South Rim, arriving on Arizona State Route 64. The Highway enters the park through the South Entrance, near Tusayan, Arizona, and heads eastward, leaving the park through the East Entrance.[4] All park accommodations are operated by the Xanterra corporation. Park headquarters are at Grand Canyon Village, a short distance from the South Entrance, being also the location of the most popular viewpoints. Some thirty miles of the South Rim are accessible by road. A much smaller venue for tourists is found on the North Rim, accessed by Arizona State Route 67. There is no road connection between the two within Arizona except via the Navajo Bridge, near Page, Arizona, entailing a five-hour drive. Otherwise, the two rims of the Canyon are connected via Boulder City, Nevada, and the Hoover Dam.

The rest of the Grand Canyon is extremely rugged and remote, although many places are accessible by pack trail and backcountry roads.

The geology of the Grand Canyon area exposes one of the most complete and studied sequences of rock on Earth. The nearly 40 major sedimentary rock layers exposed in the Grand Canyon and in the Grand Canyon National Park area range in age from about 200 million to nearly 2 billion years old. Most were deposited in warm, shallow seas and near ancient, long-gone sea shores in western North America. Both marine and terrestrial sediments are represented, including fossilized sand dunes from an extinct desert. There are at least 14 known unconformities in the geologic record found in the Grand Canyon area.

Uplift of the region started about 75 million years ago during the Laramide orogeny; a mountain-building event that is largely responsible for creating the Rocky Mountains to the east. In total, the Colorado Plateau was uplifted an estimated 2 miles (3.2 km). The adjacent Basin and Range province to the west started to form about 18 million years ago as the result of crustal stretching. A drainage system that flowed through what is today the eastern Grand Canyon emptied into the now lower Basin and Range province. Opening of the Gulf of California around 6 million years ago enabled a large river to cut its way northeast from the gulf. The new river captured the older drainage to form the ancestral Colorado River, which in turn started to form the Grand Canyon.

Wetter climates brought upon by ice ages starting 2 million years ago greatly increased excavation of the Grand Canyon, which was nearly as deep as it is now by 1.2 million years ago. Volcanic activity deposited lava over the area 1.8 million to 500,000 years ago. At least 13 lava dams blocked the Colorado River, forming lakes that were up to 2,000 feet (610 m) deep. The end of the last ice age and subsequent human activity has greatly reduced the ability of the Colorado River to excavate the canyon. Dams in particular have upset patterns of sediment transport and deposition. Controlled floods from Glen Canyon Dam upstream have been conducted to see if they have a restorative effect. Earthquakes and mass wasting erosive events still affect the region.


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