The Grand Canyon was so magical with too many beautiful sights for the eyes to see. You just can't seem to really capture the vastness of the Grand Canyon. Steven decided to try his luck hiking the iced over Bright Angel Trail for a deeper look into the canyon. Being slighly accident prone, he got more than he bargained for (more on that in a future blog post). Across from the El Tovar hotel is the historic Hopi House. At dinner the night before we left the canyon Mom &
My Mom is is the best! She booked a special family excursion via helicopter to see the Grand Canyon. This venture was one of the hghlights of our trip. Seeing the Grand Canyon from such a vantage point was more than amazing. Of course, our first time in a helicopter was an experience unto itself, but seeing the granduer of the canyon was icing on the proverbial cake. As we passed over the South rim of the canyon our eyes widen, hearts quickened, and the sense of wondermen
Our Sessions/Zastrow/Spottswood family trip to the Grand Canyon began with a one night stay at the Grand Canyon Railway Hotel. Tradition dictates a stay there the night before the early AM boarding of the train to the Grand Canyon. Before boarding, passengers are treated to a Wild West shoot-out complete with cowboys and the town sheriff. Of course no cow-pokes were harmed in the process and visitors are allowed to mingle and take photos the actors afterward. (These same
Before we left for Asia, my sweet mother treated all of us kids (and our spouses) to a magical trip to the Grand Canyon! The road trip from Phoenix to Williams turned into a train trip from Williamsburg to the canyon. The whole adventure was complete with cowboys, cocktails, and the canyon! Photos coming soon... #GrandCanyon
SARAH + STEVEN
Just a midwestern hubby and wife team of photographers searching for self discovery thru the lens of life. Based in Milwaukee, WI. Destination: Anywhere!