The first time I visited the Grand Canyon in Arizona I initially misapprehended its immensity and vast splendor. Our vehicle was traveling on a highway to this national park when we came upon what was the most splendorous canyon I had ever viewed. I assumed that this was the Grand Canyon in all of its glory.
I interpreted this site to be the essence of the Grand Canyon, until we travelled further on to another turnout. There I took in a panoramic view of a far more immense and wondrous vast geologic chasm. I immediately recognized that what I had earlier considered the full extent of the Grand Canyon was actually only a tributary ravine. The lesser gorge was actually . . . Read All