If I were mainly interested in photographing trees, I would never have gone to Grand Canyon to do so. However, I couldn’t ignore their beauty since they lined the cliffs of the North Rim of the Grand Canyon National Park
Bright Angel Point, our first stop, featured a number of spectacular trees, like this one near the beginning of the trail
which almost looked like it was planted as part of the landscaping, though I suspected it inspired the rock wall that now surrounds it.
Some trees seemed to spring up out of the rocks.
Other photographers didn’t seem quite as impressed by the trees as I was, but even if they weren’t spectacular they provided a nice way to frame and add depth to my shots,
As you will see more in tomorrow’s shots.