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Maricopa Point Snow :: #04015
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blanket of snow covers the limestone cliffs near
Maricopa Point. At 7,000 feet above sea level,
Grand Canyon’s South Rim enjoys modest snowfall
each winter. Intermittent snow and the occasional
rainfall were the only sources of water on the rim
for the indigenous peoples that lived on the canyon’s
edge for millennia. The only truly reliable water
sources were found in the belly of the canyon, fed
by rim snowmelt and rainfall filtered through hundreds
of feet of rock before emerging in the form of springs
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Each 5x7-inch photograph is printed on archival paper. Prints are shipped matted to fit
8x10-inch standard frames, backed, and enclosed in protective sleeves.
Each print is titled and signed by the photographer. An artist
statement and biography is also included with every order.
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