The last time I was at the Grand Canyon I was caught in the middle of a huge rainstorm. We spent most of the day trapped in the visitor center with about 50 other people. Not really the type of adventure I had anticipated but as soon as the rain stopped this beautiful fog rolled through the canyon. It made the Grand Canyon look so small because hardly anything was visible.
One thing I’ve learned about photography is that lighting is everything. It sets the mood and can make one image so different from the other. This was right before it was about to thunderstorm at the Grand Canyon. The clouds created these amazing shadows and would of made this image look so different if it were sunny out.