Late Hike in a Deep Canyon

Arizona Strip & Southern Utah Wanderings | Day 3
Monday, October 3, 2011

After a good night of sleep, we woke up on Monday morning early enough so that we could drive back over to the overlook at Toroweap and catch the sunrise. We set up our cameras at a viewpoint overlooking the Grand Canyon to the East.

The sun just peeking over the horizon with a great view down into the Grand Canyon.

Sun-Kissed Canyon by IntrepidXJ, on Flickr

After taking some photos looking East, Jared and I headed over to get a view towards the West.

Jared at Toroweap by IntrepidXJ, on Flickr

Jared taking his shot.

Taking the Shot by IntrepidXJ, on Flickr

Once we were done photographing the sunrise, we packed up camp and left Toroweap behind.

Leaving Toroweap by IntrepidXJ, on Flickr


One Response to “Late Hike in a Deep Canyon”

  • Michael Engelhard Says:

    Actually, what you called “red lines” is the first polychrome panel you saw. And the Fingerprints shelter also contains some polychrome elements.

    Nice shots of the cowboy camp.