OUR DAILY SYKES #206 – On the Lip of Grand Canyon

The Grand Canyon of the Colorado certainly but where above or at it? Perhaps a reader knows the canyon better than the back of his or her front yard and will tell the rest of us. This may be compared to the Sykes view of the Snake River Canyon from Hat Point in Oregon, which - it is claimed by steadfast measurements - is deeper than this place. You'll find it from June 30 of this year, Daily Sykes #72 "The Snake River from Hat Point."

2 thoughts on “OUR DAILY SYKES #206 – On the Lip of Grand Canyon”

  1. This is a truly stunning image. It makes me wonder how long Horace had to wait, leaning against the fender of his well-heeled (well-tyred?) car, for the sun’s eye to grace that series of buttresses right of center, or if he was compelled to slam on the brakes because the “moment” was already upon them.

  2. No telling, although I dont think traffic is allowed that close to the edge.
    I sent in the Savoy.

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