PHOTO GALLERY: ARIZONA!

Arizona, God Enriches!

What a great motto. When you think of Arizona, do you think of the GRAND CANYON? I do, and it’s probably one of the top National parks in the United States. I don’t want to hammer on just the Grand Canyon, but there are many wonderful photo of this amazing site:

bird s eye photography of brown rock plateau
Photo by Lukas Kloeppel on Pexels.com
Photo by Sam Loyd on Unsplash

The Grand Canyon is a river valley in the Colorado Plateau that exposes ancient rocks and has a colorful landscapeIt is one of the biggest canyons in the world, measuring over 270 miles long, up to 18 miles wide and a mile deepIt was formed by the erosion of the Colorado River over millions of yearsIt has been inhabited by humans since the last Ice Age and became a national park in 1919It contains many peaks, buttes, gorges, and ravines within its walls.

Photo by Martin Permantier on Unsplash
Photo by Saad Chaudhry on Unsplash
Photo by Saad Chaudhry on Unsplash

Beautiful doesn’t begin to describe it. A flower is beautiful. But this is beautiful the way that a person is beautiful- terrifying with its jagged edges, yet seductive with its crevices that hide so many secrets. –Jeri Smith-Ready

MORE PHOTOS OF ARIZONA:

Photo by Dulcey Lima on Unsplash

Arizona deserts are hot, but they are beautiful. Most people think of a desert as a lot of sand, but Arizona has beauty in their deserts that keeps this as one of the beautiful states of the US.

Photo by Cody Doherty on Unsplash – showing the famous Saguaro Cactus, that is plentiful in Arizona.
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Photo by Pierre Jeanneret on Unsplash – Monument Valley
Photo by Ameer Basheer on Unsplash – Havasu Falls
Photo courtesy of Mark Henle / The Republic

It’s been here for almost 50 years so we take it for granted. But when you stop and think about it, the fact that London Bridge stretches across a channel of the Colorado River in Lake Havasu City is about as weird as it gets.

In 1968, Robert P. McCulloch, Sr., the founder of Lake Havasu City, bought the world’s largest antique for $2.46 million.

Photo by Aram Grigoryan on Unsplash
Photo by Meritt Thomas on Unsplash
Photo by Halie West on Unsplash
Photo by Robert Murray on Unsplash
Photo by Ken Cheung on Unsplash
Photo by Frankie Lopez on Unsplash – Close up of a cactus flower
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