The Layers of the Grand Canyon

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Photo Location:

The Grand Canyon (South Rim), Arizona

Limited Edition Photo:

100 Photos | 80 in stock
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Grand Canyon Photo Title: The Layers of the Grand Canyon

No matter how much hype, no matter what your expectations are, when you stand on the edge of the Grand Canyon, it will blow you away. I could stare for hours at all of the layers, colors and intricate details of erosion.

The story of the Grand Canyon began its creation millions of years ago. The pieces of the puzzle became exposed as each layer of rock was formed after millions of years of plate tectonics and erosion spread apart the canyon walls. This unique natural wonder developed as the rock layers were revealed. The rough flood waters carried along large boulders and rocks gradually chiseling away pieces of the riverbed as they collide along the rock walls downstream. As the downcutting occurs, the swift current moves quickly along the steep slopes. A large valley was created surrounded by hills and mountains known as the Grand Canyon. The awe-inspiring valley – measures 277 miles long, 18 miles wide, and 1 mile deep – attracts approximately five million visitors annually.

Our wonderful park is split into the South Rim and the North Rim. The South Rim is known as the most visited section of the park accounting for over 4 million visitors annually. The South Rim is open year round due to the lower elevation and easy accessibility. The South Rim offers visitors numerous amenities such as: a cafe, hotels, restaurants, bicycle rental shop, visitor center, and bookstore. The Grand Canyon Skywalk at the South Rim offers an excellent opportunity for visitors to view the magnificent attraction from 4,000 feet above the canyon on a horseshoe-shaped, glass-covered patio overlook. With the majority of visitors at the South Rim, the North Rim provides visitors a more quiet and peaceful experience. The north rim sits at 8,000 feet elevation and due to large amounts of snow coverage, the north rim is closed for a few months of the year during snow season. Even though the North Rim is less traveled, there is a lodge and a campsite.

Much respect and appreciation to President Benjamin Harrison, President Theodore Roosevelt who had the fore site to preserve our precious land from miners and builders. The Grand Canyon was allocated to be federally protected and enjoyed for public use since 1893. Shortly after, Congress created the Grand Canyon National Park in 1919.

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Nature Fine Art Photos - Limited Edition Prints

All of our nature photos are sold in limited edition quantities only. Each photo size is limited to only 400 prints (regardless of size). The price will rise as there are less and less quantities available. Once a photo has reached 400 prints in each size, it will be deemed as "sold out" and no more will be printed. All of our fine art photos are digitally signed and numbered. Below are the print options availalble, contact us for further customizations.

Unframed Prints

Our unframed photos are printed on Kodak Endura Professional paper in a glossy finish. Each and every nature fine art photo is custom printed, can be cropped or sized to your specifications. Additionally, we can add white or black borders to the image area for easy framing.

Ready-to-Hang Metal

These metal prints are glossy and vibrant. High heat technology is used to fuse each image into the metal for incredible visual depth and luminosity. The metal prints come with a floating block in the back for easy mounting on a wall. They are light-weight and durable.

Ready-to-Hang Gallery Wraps

Each image is printed on heavyweight canvas with uv protected archival inks and sleekly wrapped around a 1.5" thick wooden frame. With staple-free sides, tightly tucked corners, each gallery wrap arrives ready to hang.

Framed Prints

Each photo is printed on metal so there will be no warping. The metal print is then encased in a black matted wooden frame with white acid-free mat and anti-glare museum glass.