They Don’t call it Grand for Nothing

At the edge of dusk, the Grand Canyon lights up in one of nature’s most extravagant spectacles. You understand how photography killed realist painting (at least for a while): it’s simply too difficult to outdo the sheer abundance of color, shape and shadow contained in a photographic image. Looking out beyond the south rim of the Grand Canyon, the crisp, clear air sets the eye up for miles and endless miles of canyons, rolling hills, forests, and deep cut ridges.

What you can you say? You just have to look…