Thursday, February 14, 2013

Adding Perspective

In photographs of the Grand Canyon, there is usually no perspective. It is impossible to tell how large the Canyon really is. When there are clouds and mist, the Canyon takes on its real size. You can stand on the Rim and look down at clouds and begin to imagine the vast distances involved in the cliffs and canyons. This photo may give you some idea of size of the Canyon. You may need to click on the photo to see the detail.

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