Sony A7M4 Sony 16-35mm F4 ZA OSS Lens 1/000 sec at f/4.0, ISO 100 If you plan to visit the Grand Canyon click here for current Covid-19 information including South Rim Shuttle information. Be safe!
Sony A7M3 Sony FE 16-35mm F4 ZA OSS Lens 1/400 sec at F/4.0, ISO 100 Evening time is a good time to be at the Grand Canyon where can view and of course photograph scenes like this one. Remember to check out the up to date Canyon information by clicking here.
When visiting the the Grand Canyon you definitely want to view and photograph the beautiful sunsets at the canyon. If staying in town the best way is to take one of the park buses as they can drop you off at a number of good location. I would advise you check out the bus schedule as they are subject to change.
It was an early afternoon cloudscape day as I captured this Grand Canyon shot. Sony A7M3 Sony FE F16-35mm F4.0 ZA OSS Lens 1/160 sec at f/16, ISO 100 The Grand Canyon is definitely a place if you have not beed to add to your bucket list. If you do head to the Grand Canyon please check for Covid-19 updates. Currently masks are requires in all park buildings and when boarding and inside park buses. This is in regardless to your vaccination status as of 7/28/21. Click here for the latest updates.
Explore the Grand Canyon with us. Our days at the Grand Canyon were more than magical-they were breathtaking!! We’ve written about our first impressions upon seeing the glory of the Canyon and we’ve attempted to post photographs that are representative of the majesty of this place (which, by the way, is impossible to capture although Stu has produced incredible photos!). But, there is SO much more to talk about! 1) People visiting here are from all over the world. We’ve talked to visitors (in 2 days) from China, Germany, the Netherlands, Japan, Spain, New Zealand, France-we could go on. Those we spoke with were shocked…
Neither of us expected what we saw. We didn’t know you can’t see any of The Grand Canyon until you reach the rim. Just like millions, we’d seen thousands of photographs, descriptions and documentaries about The Grand Canyon. We actually both gasped when we saw it. NO photo, no description and no documentary prepared us for the utter magnificence and grandeur of The Grand Canyon.