The Buckfarm is a huge open bowl on the west side of Marble Canyon. Upon first glance at this panorama you might think you are looking at the main Colorado River canyon. But no, the deep black shadow of a canyon right in front of you is Buckfarm Canyon. You can rotate to the right and follow Buckfarm Canyon to its source as it first passes behind a small arch here on the rim. You can see that its source is on the far side (south) of the bowl. There is no feeder canyon or break in the cliff. It just starts as a small cut down through the bedding of Marble Canyon.
Rotate left back to the beginning view of Buckfarm Canyon. You can see where Buckfarm Canyon joins with the Colorado River at a “T” shaped shadow. As the shadow peters out to the right you can see a large bend in the river as it makes a large U-turn. Not far down the river is President Harding Rapid and Eminence Break where the river again makes a large U-turn in the other direction around Hansbrough Point. Hansbrough Point is easily visible in this panorama as a long, flat prairie point far across, and behind the south wall of the Buckfarm cliffs. Hansbrough Piont then drops towards the river where it again makes a long, low, flat tier not far above the river.