The Colorado Rivers runs through the Grand Canyon, cutting into rock, forming the beauty that is the Grand Canyon.
This photograph was made many years ago, but it was not until recently that I went into the archives and processed it.
In fact, I processed it for a lesson at The Photo Frontier.
I used a variety of local adjustments, dodging and burning, bringing out details throughout the frame.
This was a gross day in the canyon. It was drizzling the entire time, and I could not get a good angle on the river. But the textures found in the Grand Canyon are beautiful no matter what.
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