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Looking down at Tapeats Creek from the east end of Surprise Valley

Looking down at Tapeats Creek from the east end of Surprise Valley
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"wilderness . . . was the challenge against which our character as a people was formed. The reminder and the reassurance that it is still there is good for our spiritual health even if we never once in ten years set foot in it. It is good for us when we are young, because of the incomparable sanity it can bring briefly, as vacation and rest, into our insane lives. It is important to us when we are old simply because it is there–important, that is, simply as an idea. it can be a means of reassuring ourselves of our sanity as creatures, a part of the geography of hope." Wallace Stegner.

This is the view looking down at Tapeats Creek from the east end of Surprise Valley in Grand Canyon National Park. Storms on the North Rim. I liked the flowers looking like a Menorah in the shadows.

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