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Great fulvio52 2009-05-12 15:10

Hi, Jorge.
So, you finally made it to The Greatest Earth On Show, one of the biggest challenges for a photographer!
I appreciate you driving a total of 10 hours to see the Grand Canyon, that's the spirit! You only had 4 hours to spend out there, but even 5 minutes on that magic rim would have been worth the drive. I've been standing many times on this spot, and I'll be here within 2 and a half months again... Great shot, my friend, truly GREAT. Wonderful colors and atmosphere! And... THANK YOU for mentioning my name in your note, I greatly appreciate.
Have a good day, I'll be seeing you.
Fulvio.

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Old 05-13-2009, 01:30 AM
zeca zeca is offline
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Thank you, Fulvio! Wow! Are you going again! So nice! Its really magic, and of course it worth that 10 hours driving. Its nothing for the prize! I wish to be there again, but to stay longer.
Someone asked me about the name of this spot and I don΄t have it. Do you know it?
All the best!
Zeca
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Old 05-13-2009, 07:30 PM
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Hi, buddy.
This looks to me like somewhere in between Pima Point and Mohave Point, west from Grand Canyon Village. And yes, I'll be back out there for three days by early August and hiking once again all the way down to the Colorado River and back up in one day... I can't imagine a better place to die anyway, he he! See ya soon, have a great day.
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