That's what the national parks do. They perform a kind of open-heart surgery on us, permitting us more room in our hearts for the love of these places, for the love of our country, for the love of our family.
The harsh sun in Sedona made it difficult to get good images. Nonetheless, I tried to capture something interesting on the rare instance that the scene along the trail fell in complete shade.
We hiked just beyond the end of the West Fork Trail. Going through the canyon was just inspiring. Played with geometry on this one.