Grand Canyon: Proof that Nature Rocks! (35 Pics)

4 U.S. Air Force Northrop F-5E Tiger II fighters from the 58th Tactical Fighter Wing at Luke Air Force Base, Arizona (USA), flying in an echelon left formation over the Grand Canyon

4 U.S. Air Force Northrop F-5E Tiger II fighters from the 58th Tactical Fighter Wing at Luke Air Force Base, Arizona (USA), flying in an echelon left formation over the Grand Canyon. Photo #1 by Camera Operator: TSgt Bob Simons, USAF

Ancestral Puebloan granaries high above the Colorado River at Nankoweap Creek, Grand Canyon

Ancestral Puebloan granaries high above the Colorado River at Nankoweap Creek, Grand Canyon. Photo #2 by Drenaline

Grand Canyon Horse Shoe Bend

Grand Canyon Horse Shoe Bend. Photo #3 by Christian Mehlführer

Grand Canyon Walls HD

Grand Canyon Walls HD. Photo #4 by WallpaperWeb

Grand Canyon Colors of the Earth

Grand Canyon Colors of the Earth. Photo #5 by OilBac

Devil's Corkscrew - Bright Angel Trail - Grand Canyon

Devil’s Corkscrew – Bright Angel Trail – Grand Canyon. Photo #6 by Al_HikesAZ

Little red dot against the Grand Canyon

Little red dot against the Grand Canyon. Photo #7 by Eva Prokop

Grand Canyon

Grand Canyon Arizona. Photo #8 by Ignacio Izquierdo

Cheyava Falls upper cascade - Grand Canyon

Cheyava Falls upper cascade – Grand Canyon. Photo #9 by Al_HikesAZ

Full Moon over the Grand Canyon

Full Moon over the Grand Canyon. Photo #10 by Matthew Hunt

Beginning a new day rafting the Colorado River - Grand Canyon

Beginning a new day rafting the Colorado River – Grand Canyon. Photo #11 by Al_HikesAZ

Ooh-Aah Point view - storm clouds gathering

Ooh-Aah Point view – storm clouds gathering. Photo #12 by Al_HikesAZ

View to southeast from Clear Creek Camp - Grand Canyon

View to southeast from Clear Creek Camp – Grand Canyon. Photo #13 by Al_HikesAZ

Grand Canyon - USA

Grand Canyon – USA. Photo #15 by Tenji

Photographed by Doug Dolde at Grand Canyon National Park

Photographed by Doug Dolde at Grand Canyon National Park. Photo #16 by Doug Dolde

Mountain goat - Bighorn, Grand Canyon

Mountain goat – Bighorn, Grand Canyon. Photo #17 by Marcin Wichary from San Francisco, U.S.A.

Upper Beaver Falls from trail - Grand Canyon

Upper Beaver Falls from trail – Grand Canyon. Photo #18 by Al_HikesAZ

Comanche Point, on the South Rim of the Grand Canyon, above the Colorado River

Comanche Point, on the South Rim of the Grand Canyon, above the Colorado River. Photo #19 by Doc Searls from Santa Barbara, USA

Grand Canyon - behind Ribbon Falls

Grand Canyon – behind Ribbon Falls. Photo #20 by Al_HikesAZ

Grand Canyon view from Hermit's Rest

Grand Canyon view from Hermit’s Rest. Photo #21 by chensiyuan

Grand Canyon taken from Bright Angel

Grand Canyon taken from Bright Angel. Photo #22 by Tomas Castelazo

Mount Hayden & storm - Grand Canyon North Rim

Mount Hayden and storm – Grand Canyon North Rim. Photo #23 by Al_HikesAZ

Grand Canyon West - Guano Point

Grand Canyon West – Guano Point. Photo #24 by Bbarnucz

Colorado River

Colorado River – Grand Canyon. Photo #25 by Wolfgang Staudt

muddy whitewater rafting Grand Canyon

Muddy whitewater rafting Grand Canyon. Photo #26 by MolallaRiverCowboy

Colorado River, Marble Canyon marks the beginning of the Grand Canyon

Colorado River, Marble Canyon marks the beginning of the Grand Canyon. Photo #27 by Joshua M.

Mount Hayden, North Rim Grand Canyon

Mount Hayden, North Rim Grand Canyon. Photo #29 by James Marvin Phelps from USA

Grand Canyon National Park-Arizona

Grand Canyon National Park – Arizona. Photo #30 by Poco a poco

Grand Canyon landscape

Grand Canyon landscape. Photo #31 by High Contrast

Grand Canyon in Winter

Grand Canyon in Winter. Photo #32 by Pescaiolo

Grand Canyon in Arizona, United States

Grand Canyon in Arizona, United States. Photo #33 by TFCforever

Skywalk_grand_canyon

Skywalk at the Grand Canyon. Photo #34 by Purple

Havasu Falls - a waterfall located on the Havasupai Indian Reservation in the Grand Canyon

Havasu Falls – a waterfall located on the Havasupai Indian Reservation in the Grand Canyon. Photo #35 by Photography Match

1.255 thoughts on “Grand Canyon: Proof that Nature Rocks! (35 Pics)

  1. Subhanallah !!!
    Thanks for sharing such a creation of Almghty Allah.
    I may wish to see but will never be able to visit this place in my life.
    I strongly believe in Allah, always love to see his variety of creations to say “Subhanallah”.
    May Allah bring all of us in his path under “Isalm” to go in “Jannah”.
    Alhamdulillah, I am a muslim.
    Please pray for me, so that I can leave this eternal world with “Shahada”.

  2. After reading of so many different versions of beliefs in GOD, I can only add:
    You needed to be at my dying sisters side and witness, as I did, her dying words:
    Tossing and turning and in cancer pain she yelled out–‘NO, I DON’T WANT TO GO DOWN–
    I WANT TO DO UP!!! With thesse words she clung onto my arm and pulled herself up as far as she could before dying in my arms. GOD is truly the maker of everything you and live and die for–Please NEVER forget this.
    RJH

  3. You said it in your very first statement. “”After reading of so many different versions of beliefs in God etc,” I have always said that not a one of us knows what the truth is. We can have and are welcome to our own opinions (and that’s why there are so many religions). Lets admit it. We just don’t know. Those people that are just so sure they have it right—give me a break. Not one of us knows and we will have to die to find out the truth and hopefully our souls will be aware then of what the truth is and what is really out there in the cosmos. Watch that wonderful program on the History Channel. There are hundreds of programs on this subject . One of the first ones was “Is there really a God” Lots of ideas and opinions. But not one of them proves it. They even admit it. So don’t sit there and try to tell me that YOU are the one authority on it all and know the answers. Many quote various writings and books (The Bible etc). All of which were written by people much like you and I. Unless you know that God has his own printing press and not only printed it but somehow got it down to us on earth. I’ll defend your right to the death to have any opinion that you want. But don’t tell me what you think IS IT. I’d like to talk to you after we all pass to the other side so to speak and then we can have a discussion that means something. Mathematically I’ll admit it looks certainly like there is something out there wonderful that created all this beauty and you and me. But that doesn’t prove a thing. Let’s just admit it and hope that we do have something really wonderful to look forward to. I certainly wish you the best but lets admit it. You Nor I know for sure and don’t say that you do. If I’m wrong and you really do know the truth then for crying out loud tell us all how you found out. I’m dying to know. Maybe YOU are God.
    dg

    • Hi Dick. I understand this is your opinion, your perception and your belief but when you say > Not one of us knows and we will have to die to find out the truth …I must say that there are a few of us that do know.
      I pray you will have a closer relationship with Jesus and be given a glimps of what others already know.
      I and many others will be praying for you. Have a great day. (((hugs)))

  4. ” In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God and the Word was God. He was in the beginning with God. All things were made through Him, and without Him nothing was made that was made”.
    The Gospel of John 1:1-3.

    ……n the beginning God created the Heavens and the Earth. The Earth was without form, and void; and darkness was on the face of the deep. …… Genesis 1: 1,2

  5. what is it with you yanks and god the colorado river eroded the rock away over thousands of years it had f### all to do with god

  6. Take a look at Mount Saint Helen! Right before our eyes, in a very short time, we witnessed a mini Grand Canyon take place, from volcanic activity, not a slow process over thousands of years. As a matter of fact, water flowing down (duh) after the canyon was formed from mudflows, (in hours), walla, formed a river in the bottom.

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