Standing against the railing along the edge of the cliff, I watched as far as my eyes can see of the panorama around. Immense, wide, expansive. Because it stretches 277 miles. Who could see it all at once? For the one admission fee, you can explore it for seven days.
The Grand Canyon National Park.
That only one part of it, was a combination of thousands of frames, each had their own exhilarating beauty that you could see and feel simultaneously.
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Seabourne Creek Park in Rosenberg, Texas
It was a beautiful and warm day the other day so it was perfect to go out and enjoy some outdoor time at the closest nature park I can get to.
Seabourne Creek Park
The one hundred sixty-four (164) acre Nature Park is located in 3831 Highway 36 South, Rosenberg, Texas.
It is ideal for family day picnics, bird watching, butterfly watching, fishing, jogging, running or walking, and for enjoying nature and some fresh air.
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There I stood on the rim of Franklin Mountain in El Paso, TX, at the Murchison Park, overlooking the City of El Paso, TX, USA, New Mexico, USA, and Juarez, Mexico. It was one scene feeling the wind blowing while I was watching the sky changed its colors in just a short amount of time during sunset. And another watching other people standing there also watching the magnificent show.
El Paso Scenic Drive view is captivating at night, and equally awesome sight during the day. It was so worth the drive on the winding road up the mountain to the best vantage area in Texas.
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