GRAND CANYON SHOSHONE POINT

GRAND CANYON GRANDEUR

GRAND CANYON HORSESHOE BEND

GRAND CANYON ELVES CHASM

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GRAND CANYON NATIONAL PARK Shoshone Point - Arizona

The Shoshone Point at the South Rim of Grand Canyon is a quiet place compared to the more visited Grandview point and Yaki Point.

To get there from the parking place there is a two-mile round trip taking you 20 min trough a forest of Ponderosa pines.

The views from the point are spectacular. At northwest, you can see the South Kaibab Trail which snakes its way through Skeleton Point, at east you see Horseshoe Mesa and the Grandview Trail. Colorado River may be visible in the distance.

Link: Shoshone Point, Grand Canyon National


Aerial Panorama from Bad Wiessee Germany

View more panoramas by Jürgen Schrader at his site

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More US Panoramas by Jürgen Schrader

Mono Lake California

Las Vegas Eiffel Tower
PHOTOGRAPHER:

© Jürgen Schrader

Jürgen Schrader is a commercial photographer living in Bavaria, Germany.
He has specialised in panoramic photography and object movies. When he is not on an assignment for his clients he keeps looking around for unusual viewpoints and subjects that people usually would not be able or allowed to access.
In 2007 one of his favourite customers had sent him on a 8,000 km round trip through the southwest of the US to capture a series of high resolution panoramas for a simulator software. Some of the results are shown here.

To see more of his work visit his blog at www.bavaria360.com


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