The Grand Canyon’s North Rim – I have strived throughout the years to keep good notes of the locations from which I make my photographs. Sadly, I failed to do so for this image. I know we were continuing our drive from the Visitor Center back to the park entrance. This was one of the tightest shots I took this day and as such, there isn’t enough background image to determine which pullout we were in at the time. Adding to the mystery, we skipped a few turnouts because the scene didn’t vary significantly from those already captured.
So, even not knowing exactly where I was when I pressed the shutter button, the following observation is quite valid. It is amazing what a good shot of strong sunlight and a few fewer clouds will do for one’s attitude.