A spectacular panorama of the red rock cliffs and a dramatic blue-gray sky in Sedona, Arizona. I prefer Nature's machinations to the dreary proclivities of man!
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That is definitely a stunning area of the USA. I'd love to visit one day. Breathtaking photo Lynda.ReplyDelete
This spectacle is spectacularly captured, Lynda! Very nice view!ReplyDelete
Just stop by to say hi!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing such a great view!
Wow, awesome Lynda, you really have got to get a shot of the moon in the background, I would be camping out all night till I got one,lol.ReplyDelete
A fabulous shot. It reminds me of Red Rock Canyon in California. I used to drive through it about once a month. Minus the green tree, of course.
very majestic Lynda...the shadow across the image makes it very 3 dimensional...ReplyDelete
it reminds me of our Blue Mountains :))
I remember spending a night not far from that "lone spire" kind of rock off to the right w/a new friend of mine. He thinks he's all "Bruce Lee" when he's really more "Inspector Clouseau," y'know? When he insisted on climbing to the top of the rock I figured, "in order to prove a fool wrong, let him have his way." I wondered if I was going to have to scrape him up off the ground, but no. After a good amount of time, he just gave up on the folly.ReplyDelete
Janice, I hope you get to visit there someday. And I, for one, would love to visit the Pacific Northwest, where you live! Maybe we'll both be fortunate to have our opportunities...ReplyDelete
Susanne, thanks for coming around to visit. Have you moved yet?ReplyDelete
Wishing you well. :)
Kriz, it's always good to see you! Thanks for commenting.ReplyDelete
Bob, wouldn't want to camp out all night in those parts! I'd fear for mountain lions and rattle snakes!ReplyDelete
Better you than me, lol. But I bet you'd do it anyway... :)
My sister just had a huge rattlesnake in her back yard this week!
Swubird, the red rock canyons are so beautiful, I get teary-eyed just looking.ReplyDelete
Sounds like you had a really "enchanted" youth, as far as access to these neat geographical sites goes!
Kim, I liked the feeling of foregroud, mid-ground, and background in this scene, made so apparent by the successive ridges of the landscpape.ReplyDelete
Hope all is well with you, my friend.
Lana, that is just an incredible story! Thanks for sharing it with me. Men....ReplyDelete
Glad you didn't have to report a casualty!