Redwall Cavern, one of the Grand Canyon’s most iconic sites, dwarfs this visitor to the national park, which was established on February 26, 1919. The amphitheater was carved by the Colorado River’s flows through the limestone valley and is a popular stop on rafting trips.
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Let the world go by

A beautiful hike into Chimney Rock reveals stunning views. At the bottom of the sea cliff are hundreds of sea lions undisturbed by human activity. “I often come to this place for two reasons: mediation and to let the world go by,” photographer Bachir Badaoui says. 
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