I guess if I’m going to wait this long between posts, I should probably make it grand. See what I did there?
Laura and I spent two nights at the Grand Canyon before driving to Albuquerque for a friend’s wedding. It was a mixture of hiking, sightseeing, photographing and waking up way to early because of the three hour time change.
The hikes we did weren’t very long, but it gave us a good taste of the Canyon. Laura said it best… “you ran a 5k, now you want to go back and run the half.” Exactly. Every time I thought we were way out in the boonies and deep into nature, a kid would run past me, followed by their parents. Still fun though.
Click and drag around this view we had out on a point by ourselves. It was nice to get away from the hoards of tourists and get some nice light as a bonus.
360 view Shoshone Point. Best view by far (and no other people!) – Spherical Image – RICOH THETA
Here’s a time lapse I made from a few different spots around the Canyon.
Here’s another 360 from the turnaround spot along the Bright Angel Trail during our first hike
Turnaround point of our hike down the Grand Canyon. – Spherical Image – RICOH THETA
Here’s another 360 I made, but not from the Grand Canyon. We took a day trip to Tent Rocks while in Albuquerque. Really cool visual place to hike. I had the crew stop half way down to make this image. Worth it.
Tent Rocks hike with the Rental House Crew outside of Albuquerque. #tentrocks #theta360 – Spherical Image – RICOH THETA
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