B-roll Video: Inner Canyon Riparian Areas

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Duration:
32 seconds

Water breathes life unto the dry land of Grand Canyon. Scarlet Monkeyflowers are often found by water, adding vibrant color. (1080p, 24fps)

 
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Duration:
1 minute, 35 seconds

A mix of clips from Hermit Creek, a side creek feeding many forms of life within the Grand Canyon. (1080p, 24fps)

 
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Duration:
1 minute, 12 seconds

Roaring Springs is the 4th largest spring in Grand Canyon, and supplies all water for the South and North Rims, as well as the inner canyon. This mix of clips shows the main spring in the landscape, then closes in on cascading creeks and verdancy below.

 
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Duration:
1 minute, 25 seconds

This clip contains a delightful mix of water details: swirling current, colorful reflections, and splashes against creek banks.

 
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Duration:
1 minute, 32 seconds

Split Rock Falls is located in Bright Angel Creek, along the North Kaibab Trail. The pool at the bottom of the falls is one of the deepest around, making it a popular soaking spot for hot hikers.

Last updated: February 24, 2015

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