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Thanks Bill, you bring up some good points as well, which also lend as to why version one was posted in the first place. From just outside my home at sunset, I see the cliffs turn bright gold at sunset, and they are spectacular to observe; which was why I left so much of the rock formation in version one.
The canyon covers a fairly large expanse. I hadn't found a way to convey its beauty as of yet, thus the alternative perspective of capturing the juniper as well.
In both versions the bottom crop is required as another canyon wall comes in from the left at 90 degrees, a 1/4 mile distant. Both sloped walls are about 300 ft tall, and the section of cap rock is about 70 ft tall.