Here are a few pics I took at sunset at the Grand Canyon. Of course the pictures can never do it justice. Hell, let's be honest, I'm no Ansel Adams, I'm sure you've seen this pics before from the south side.
Here are some pictures on our way to Sedona from Flagstaff. Most of the pictures were taken in Red Rock park. The weather was perfect, a great place to live.
To your right are some pics of the most preserved crater site in the world. No, I'm not talking about Sean's head, it's the crater right behind it.
Located just outside Flagstaff, AZ. The pics do not give it the proper scale. You can fit 20 football fields at the base and it's over 500 feet deep. Along the rim, you could fit 2 million people to watch the games! This was according to our tour guide Eduardo, and who am I to argue. You also might recognize this site from that Jeff Bridges movie "Starman" (filmed here). Apparently a couple shows on Discovery channel were recently filmed here (with our tour guide).
On a side note, interestingly this is all privately owned by the family of the dude who was the first to correctly identify the crater. Unfortunately he died penniless trying to find the mother lode of ore (which of course we now know mostly disintegrated on impact....sigh).
This is also where NASA does it training before moon launches to similate the conditions. If you look real carefully below (actually no way you can see it), there is a US flag and an Astronaut at the center of the crater.