Lipan Point Rainbow
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Panoramic photo by Thomas Stano PRO EXPERT Taken 23:55, 12/09/2001 - Views loading...

Lipan Point Rainbow

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You are standing at Lipan point on the south rim of the Grandcanyon just after a storm went through. To the east you can see a rainbow and some storm clouds in the distance.

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