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Photographer's Note

The typical photograph of the Grand Canyon is taken from one of its rims, yielding a downward view of its contours. On this day a friend and I hiked down the Grandview Trail to Horseshoe Mesa (an elevation drop of 2,722 feet/830 meters). This photo was taken about one third of the way down to the mesa which can be seen on the lower left of the picture.

Of course, the photo's title has a double meaning. In addition to being a photograph taken below the south rim, I opted to process it in B&W in Photoshop.

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I have posted the color version as a workshop

ISO 200, f/11 at 1/250 second, 70mm focal length

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