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Yaki Point Sunset

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A close-up of "Yaki Point Sunset" by John Freeman: an ultra-high-resolution VAST photo.
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3,645 megapixels! A very high resolution, large-format VAST photo print of the Grand Canyon at sunset; panorama landscape photograph created by John Freeman in Yaki Point, South Rim, Grand Canyon, Arizona

Yaki Point Sunset

3,645 MEGAPIXEL VAST PHOTO
Yaki Point, South Rim, Grand Canyon, Arizona

Zoroaster and Brama Temples are just two of the features visible from Yaki Point. Just a few miles east of Grand Canyon Village, visitors can stand at Yaki (or Yaqui) Point and contemplate a distinctly different view of the Grand Canyon. Although it is near the popular and frequently-visited viewpoints of Grandeur, Yavapai and Mather Points, Yaki Point is located on a separate promontory and therefore provides views of different features of the Canyon.
Here the view of the canyon opens up to the east, with the Desert View Watchtower visible in the distance.

In 1925, the National Park Service wanted a quick route into the canyon since Ralph Cameron refused to give up control of the Bright Angel Trail. They decided to build their own trail at Yaki Point, since it was near the village and allowed a fairly direct route into the Canyon. Today known as the South Kaibab Trail, it was originally referred to as the Yaki Trail because it began near Yaki Point.

Date & TimeApril 17, 2022:  6:20pm - 6:40pm
LocationYaki Point, South Rim, Grand Canyon, Arizona
Coordinates36.058594, -112.083779
Focal Length200mm
Aperturef/13
Shutter Speed1/200 sec.
ISO400
Number of Exposures539
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Total Pixels3,645,180,872
Horizontal Pixels133,528
Vertical Pixels27,299
Aspect Ratio4.89 : 1
File Size20,830 MB
Width @ 300ppi (perfect)37.09 feet
Height @ 300ppi7.58 feet
Width @ 150ppi (near-perfect)74.18 feet
Height @ 150ppi15.17 feet

Date & TimeApril 17, 2022:  6:20pm - 6:40pm
LocationYaki Point, South Rim, Grand Canyon, Arizona
Coordinates36.058594, -112.083779
Focal Length200mm
Aperturef/13
Shutter Speed1/200 sec.
ISO400
Number of Exposures539

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