Canyon’s Edge

August 15, 2012 by Jason Hines


I hoped you enjoyed yesterday’s video tutorial! I’ve been a teacher in some form since I was 10 years old. Teaching is so deeply ingrained in me now that it’s so natural for me to share the things I’ve learned. The internet has certainly given me a new tool to be able to reach more people and I hope that you all are finding these video tutorials useful. I am in the process of putting together some more comprehensive videos which I’ll be offering soon.

This shot is from Mather Point at the Grand Canyon’s South Rim. It took me 27 years to get to the Grand Canyon for the first time (except for a trip when I was a small child) and I’ve been back six times in less than two years now. Every time I go back there is something different to see, or should I say, there is a different way to see something. It’s always fun to explore new and interesting locations but I’ve found that when I go back to the same spot multiple times that I tend to look at things differently and I become more creative. It’s always a great challenge to find something new!

The tree at the edge of the cliff is the same tree in my photo “Morning Light“. Thanks for stopping by!

Mather Point

Comments

  1. Edith Levy says:

    You’re right Jason it doesn’t matter how many times you go to the Grand Canyon there’s just so many new ways of seeing it. Lovely image.
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  2. Jim Denham says:

    Excellent shot – love the depth and the light! My only trip to the Canyon was at 10 years old. I saw from an airplane, bu not the same. Hope to take my family there someday, but enjoy seeing it through your pics bud!
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