Near Mather Point on the South Rim, 6:30PM, Tuesday, March 16 2010
On the rim of the Grand Canyon at Mather Point at sunset.
A leaf in fresh snow from the previous evening, in the Chiricahua Wilderness.
“The rock formations at Chiricahua National Monument were carved by ice and water from layers of rhyolite, which was originally ash blown out during the Turkey Creek Volcano eruption 27 million years ago.” (www.nps.gov/chir)
The mountain is meant to look like the profile of the head of Chief Cochise in recline. Photographed near Massai Point in the Chiricahua National Wilderness.