Instead of driving straight north from Williams to the Grand Canyon, we took the advice of our friend, John Adams, who said we should drive by the canyon from EAST to WEST. So we drove east on I-40 to Flagstaff AZ, then north on 89, west on SR 84 which runs beside the south rim of the canyon. I took this picture on I-40 because it was the first time I had seen GREEN in many,many days. Everything has been rock, sand and red dirt - all pretty in their own way. By the way, that's not road kill on the highway, it's bug kill on our windshield.
Instead of driving straight north from Williams to the Grand Canyon, we took the advice of our friend, John Adams, who said we should drive by the canyon from EAST to WEST. So we drove east on I-40 to Flagstaff AZ, then north on 89, west on SR 84 which runs beside the south rim of the canyon. I took this picture on I-40 because it was the first time I had seen GREEN in many,many days. Everything has been rock, sand and red dirt - all pretty in their own way. By the way, that's not road kill on the highway, it's bug kill on our windshield.

Instead of driving straight north from Williams to the Grand Canyon, we took the advice of our friend, John Adams, who said we should drive by the canyon from EAST to WEST. So we drove east on I-40 to Flagstaff AZ, then north on 89, west on SR 84 which runs beside the south rim of the canyon. I took this picture on I-40 because it was the first time I had seen GREEN in many,many days. Everything has been rock, sand and red dirt – all pretty in their own way. By the way, that’s not road kill on the highway, it’s bug kill on our windshield.

Technical Details

  • Camera: iPhone 4
  • Taken: June 21, 2011
  • Focal length: 3mm
  • Aperture: f/2
  • Exposure: 1/838 second
  • ISO: 80

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