Photographing Cathedral Rock from Red Rock Crossing is said to be one of the most photographed spots in Arizona. That said, it is still a great place from which to exercise your photographic eye. Each time Jayne and I visit Sedona, we also hike the Red Rock Crossing trail . This is very short and easy, […]
I recently was informed that an image I submitted to Black & White Magazine was selected for inclusion in the 2016 Single Image Contest issue #113 for the MUSIC/SPORT/DANCE category. I shot this image back in March, 2015 at Newport Beach, CA. You can read about this travel update here.
Another stop Jayne and I made was to revisit an artsy town called Jerome . However, before we drove to Jerome, we also revisited Montezuma Castle National Monument . This is an ancestral pueblo cliff dwelling near Camp Verde that was built some time after 1100 AD. It is not really a castle but rather more like […]
Our last highlighted photo time was in Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument . The name “Kasha-Katuwe” literally means “white cliffs” in the language of the Cochiti Pueblo . These tent-shaped cones represent the effects of wind and water erosion. The park stands between 5700 and 6400 feet above sea level. The hike starts off taking you through […]
Jayne and I traveled to Arizona for our second trip, a few weeks after visiting New Mexico. As with most of our travels, we do “spokes of the wheel” adventures, starting from a central location. For this trip, our wheel center was Sedona, and it featured daily hikes. The first hike was the Bell Rock […]