Wonder of the World, Indeed

How do you react to one of the natural wonders of the world?

This is what my mom and I looked like:

Grand Canyon First Reactions Go Mama O.

Amazement mixed with fear, excitement and joy: Mama O. and her own Mom

Upon first glance of the Grand Canyon, my heart leaped right up in my throat.

The canyon is so immense.

We were up so high.

We were glad there were railings!  Look how far away from the railings we first stood.

Even my first pictures were taken farther away from the edge, or I can’t remember if my kids took these pictures.

Grand Canyon View

Grand Canyon – view from the South Rim. 

Can you see the river at the bottom of the canyon?  This is the oldest part of the canyon.

Grand Canyon View 2.jpg

No railings at this part of the South Rim! 

My eight year old daughter took this picture below.  I love the view of the tree’s shadow. It’s incredible seeing the Grand Canyon through another photographer’s points of view.

Shadow of the tree Grand Canyon

Shadow of the tree overlooking the Grand Canyon

It’s impossible to take a bad picture there!

Seeing the Grand Canyon is a powerful, moving, and spiritual experience. How blessed are we to have such wonders in our world!

More pictures and stories from our adventures to come.

 

 

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