Fact: Today's the 90th anniversary of the establishment of Grand Canyon National Park.
Fact: The Grand Canyon is 277 miles long and nearly 18 miles wide.
Fact: It is now 54 degrees at the National Park (nice!).
Fact: President Woodrow Wilson signed the bill that created the park.
Fact: Human beings have lived within the canyon for at least 12,000 years.
Fact: Once you visit the Grand Canyon, you'll never see nature the same way again.
Fact: You can learn about the complex history of canyon photography as well as see amazing contemporary images in our new exhibition Lasting Light: 125 Years of Grand Canyon Photography, now on view at the Phoenix Public Library.
". . . there's a primordial timelessness that the Grand Canyon represents," says one photographer. What do you think?