Toroweap Overlook / Grand Canyon National Park

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This month’s Wanderlust post is from a friend I made at Photo Field Trip, Greg Balkin of Brightwood Photography. You may have seen his work when I shared his photos from a hike in the Cascade Mountain Range. The photos above are from Toroweap Overlook at the Grand Canyon in Arizona. It’s on the northern side, away from the more touristy parts of the park. The Grand Canyon is a place I’ve never been, but always wanted to go. Sometimes I dream of a western United States road trip that includes a stop here.

To see more of Greg’s amazing work, please visit his website Brightwood Photography.

29 thoughts on “Toroweap Overlook / Grand Canyon National Park

  1. Breathtaking! The Grand Canyon has always been on my must visit list but your photos just pushed it up the list by far <3

  2. How sad is it that I’ve lived in Arizona for 6 years now and still have never been to the Grand Canyon? I really need to plan a trip especially since it isn’t that far!

  3. These are so good, I definitely need to check out his other photos. I went on a month long camping trip in high school and we stayed in all of the larger National Parks out west. My memory of staying at the Grand Canyon is pretty strong because we all decided to sleep out on our tarps under the stars rather than in our tents and I was amazed at how gorgeous that was. Such a beautiful place. The squirrels are also very used to tourists here and will come right up to you and beg for treats! (Tourists are bad, haha.) You definitely need to check it out! Now I want to go back, too! 🙂

  4. Greg’s photos are sick! (Sick as in awesome, not hurling-wise). I’m definitely going to be visiting the Grand Canyon at some point during our stay here in California.

  5. I seriously love your blog. Your photography is amazing and your posts give me an insight into landscapes I’ve never seen with my own eyes, amazing!

  6. I love your pictures 🙂 LOL just kidding, I know you didn’t take these because I actually read your blog. I have never heard of Photo Field Trip but I might look that up for next year!

  7. I’ve never been to the Grand Canyon either!! I’m hoping to make a big road trip of it sometime in the near future. His pictures are amazing!!

  8. These photo’s are beautiful, I’ve never heard of photo field trip but I’m gonna look it up. The jumping photo kinda freaks me out mainly because I’m so scared of heights 🙂

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