A cloud inversion occurred Thursday at the national park, a weather event that only happens there about once every several years.
This land was made for you and me (to visit and frolic in).
Los Angeles may be the entertainment capital of the world, but depicting the diverse and complicated city on film is easier said than done. Here are 40 movies that got it right, for better or worse, presented in chronological order.
What life was like in the United States this year according to maps.
It’s ALWAYS peanut butter jelly time.
“Rangers wait years to see it!” the Grand Canyon National Park says. Only once a decade there is an inversion at the Grand Canyon that produces clouds like these.
The Arizona congressional delegation asked the federal government to pay back the $465,000 it spent to open the Grand Canyon for five days during the shutdown.
Governors Andrew Cuomo of New York, Jan Brewer of Arizona and Dennis Daugaard of South Dakota announced Friday their states would pay to reopen the national parks.
The city looks tiny and alien against the desert backdrop. At it’s widest point Manhattan is a mere 2.3 miles, easily nestling into the maw that is the Grand Canyon at 18 miles across with room to spare as photographer Gus Petro demonstrates.
Anyone care to embark on a road trip through America this July 4th?!
Forget the canyon, she’s lucky her mom didn’t kill her.
Shot over the course of 7 weeks at the Grand Canyon, this film is made from over 80,000 photos. It includes the solar eclipse that occurred on May 20,2012.
Storm’s rolling in. This is a truly breath-taking photo.
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