Moments In Time Photography By Tom Lazar

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I had a spare day during a trip to southern Utah and decided to drive down to the north rim of the Grand Canyon.  It was November and most facilities were closed but the roads would remain open until the end of the month or a major snowstorm closed them. After driving the 45 mile access road in total darkness, I arrived at Point Imperial.  I had never been to the north rim and I had no idea what to expect.  Soon the light of a new day began to reveal the wonder before me.   Layered bands of smoke from nearby fires had settled in the canyon surrounding the colorful mesas, buttes, and pinnacles. As sunrise neared, the intricate tapestry of clouds lit up in a fiery display.  I saw only a few people that day and as "Closing Time" for the season neared soon no-one would remain to witness further spectacles provided by nature.


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Common Loon Picture Copyright Tom Lazar #Bln000142