This might be a fun game. Is the above shot from the actual Grand Canyon or is it a scene in the Grand Canyon diorama that the steam train passes through at Disneyland park in Anaheim, Calif.?
Answer: This is the actual Grand Canyon, as seen from a visitor shuttle stop along the South Rim. The Colorado River is flowing in the valley and you may be able to spot some of the rapids in the narrow section of the river.
Answer: Actual Grand Canyon.
Answer: Disney! However, compare the following deer seen in the actual Canyon with those seen in the diorama.
This view matches to the middle areas of the fireplace. Below the frost line, the Canyon is currently rich with vegetation. However, some of the green tone is from a type of shale. You can see the green shale represented in the fireplace layers.
This view shows most of the bottom-most layers of the Canyon, which are volcanic rock. For scale, the tan layer at top right foreground is 350 feet thick. Imagine two Contemporary hotels stacked on each other, and that is 368 feet. Note the zig-zag of the hiking trail.
In this view, the distance to the river is approximately the same distance as from Spaceship Earth at Epcot to Cinderella Castle at the Magic Kingdom, as illustrated with equal length arrows on these same-scale views in Google Maps.