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Grand Canyon National Park

The Colorado River has spent the last 5-6 million years carving through almost 2 billion years of sedimentary rock layers to produce what we now call the Grand Canyon. My first photographs under a truly dark sky were taken at Grand Canyon National Park in northern Arizona. Grand Canyon remains a homeland and a sacred place to a number of American Indian cultures, a point of emergence for some, offering us an opportunity to consider the powerful and spiritual ties between people and place.