The nature gem of Arizona, which is “the Grand Canyon state” as our car’s license plate indicated, was just as extraordinary as I have always imagined. A place where the force of nature meets the patience of time, the Grand Canyon is meant to leave a lasting impression on anyone who is lucky enough to see it.
With a length of 446KM, the Grand Canyon has quite a large number of view points, each for a different scenery, one more impressive than other. We went to the South Rim National Park, located only 192 KM from Sedona. It’s hard to find words to describe the overwhelming feelings that one is subjected when looking over the Grand Canyon. For the most part the stillness of the view made me feel as if time itself has stopped. The odd movement of a bird or a cloud in the distance was the only indication that time was passing and that out there in the distance nature is alive. As hard as I try to express the overwhelming feelings that the Canyon’s greatness causes, words seem to be meaningless. But why waste words, when the pictures speak for themselves?