Monday, June 29, 2020

The Best of Sedona: 2020


Chapel View.

Rocks and waters, etc., are words of God, and so are men. We all flow from one fountain Soul. All are expressions of one Love. John Muir

I updated my Best of... over at My 3rd Eye. But you don't have to pop over, (unless you want to check out my favorites from countless other trips) because they're right here. My Best of started with a compilation for a framed series that hangs in my living room. I live in a very small house, and we travel big. So only our Central America travels get the coveted wall treatment. The yearly top 8 or 9 also have a short life span. (my walls don't grow any bigger, but my life keeps on trucking)

Follow my lens!




Jerome Cemetery silhouette.



The beautiful Broken Arrow Trail.



Overlook with a view. (don't they all)



Cathedral Rock.



Courthouse and Bunny Ears.



The spooky Jerome Cemetery.


The ruins of Tuzigoot.



The end of the line at Broken Arrow. 

I despise people who go to the gutter on either the right or the left and hurl rocks at those in the center. Dwight D. Eisenhower

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28 comments:

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Beautiful photos! Sedona is such a special place. We also love the "quirky" town of Jerome

DJan said...

I love all the beautiful photos, but I spent some time smiling at the bunny ears. :-)

Powell River Books said...

When we had our airplane and lived in California we enjoyed flying to Sedona. It was close enough for a day trip, but we also enjoyed staying at a local resort. The airport was on top of a mesa, making it like landing on an aircraft carrier. We could only visit from late fall to early spring due to the heat. Our airplane needed the cool air to make it back up into the air safely. - Margy

Penelope Notes said...

A visit there years ago left me awestruck by a world entirely different than my green world. Also, enjoyed a peek at your art. What fun and talent!

Claire Justine said...

Such beautiful photos :) Thanks for hosting.

Calendula said...

Beautiful landscape! Thanks for sharing!

Carol @Comfort Spring Station said...

amazing landscape

Tanza Erlambang said...

stunning views....
thank you for sharing the beautiful photos

Photo Cache said...

Another place on my REVISIT LIST.

Worth a Thousand Words

Angie said...

Sharon - postcard-worthy pictures, every one! I am sitting here in a poofy fleece 'cause it's a chilly, rainy day here in Montana. I sure could use some of that Sedona heat right about now! Thanks for linking to Mosaic Monday!

Su-sieee! Mac said...

What a beautiful day you had! I've not ever been to that part of Arizona. It doesn't look like it's overbearing hot there. I understand from my reading that Sedona is a place to gather one's soul.

Karen said...

Beautiful! I have always wanted to visit Sedona.

Linda said...

Years ago I met my daughter in Arizona to see the Grand Canyon. A local said Sedona was magical so I visited there before leaving for home. It was!

Sandra Nachlinger said...

I enjoyed your dramatic photos. I'd love to hike along those trails.

Lucy Corrander Now in Halifax! said...

Stunning views and surreally blue skies.

Diane said...

Gorgeous pictures I haven't been to Sedona in years. The red canyons are just striking.

Hugs Diane

DUTA said...

I'll never get over the view of the fascinating red rocks and sands. We've got them here too, in the south of the country, but not to the extent and beauty of those in Sedona of your pictures.

A cemetery, no matter how neat and organized, it's always spooky to me.
However, it's the final residence of my parents, brother, and nephew - so I usually feel "at home" when I visit their graves.

Dawn said...

The rocks and mountains there are so different that my home of NC. Lush and green with plenty of wildlife but the appeal of the open range and red rock call to the adventurer in me. Thanks for sharing.
Dawn aka Spatulas On Parade

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

I love Sedona, we used to go when I was a kid and camp along the river. It's been years since I've been but the Red Rocks are gorgeous.

Lydia C. Lee said...

Wow! That is beautiful!

Shiju Sugunan said...

A beautiful series!

eileeninmd said...

Gorgeous place to visit. I love the rock formations and the beautiful greenery! Lovely skies too. Enjoy your and the rest of the week!

Peabea Scribbles said...

Traveling again through your lovely photos. Interesting scenery and places.

betty-NZ said...

That's a stunning part of the world! Thanks for sharing these beautiful images.

'My Corner of the World' is happy to see you this week! Thanks for linking.

Little Wandering Wren said...

How lucky am I to come in at the best of post - bet it was tricky choosing though! Love the small house and travel big statement, that speaks to my heart.
Wren x

~ Dixie said...

Stunning photos. What beautiful country!
Many thanks.

Spare Parts and Pics said...

A wonderful collection of 'best ofs'. I like the Chapel View photo with the cholla cactus in the foreground. Beautiful!

Mary Kirkland said...

I really liked your pictures.