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Mather Point Sunrise
Arizona

This is a early morning viewof the grand canyon from Mather Point located near the visitors center. It is one of the more popular spots to view sun rises to the Grandcanyon.  The mist you see over the canyon is from brush fires that were burning on the north rim in the fall of 2001.

Copyright: Thomas stano
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Geüpload: 27/02/2013
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Tags: arizona; grand; canyon; south; rim; mather; point; sunrise; scenic; viewpoint
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