156 thoughts on “Sunset Sedona~

      1. I checked the mileage from where my daughter lives. An hour and a half is doable for a day trip the next time her father and I visit. I’ll have to suggest it to her.

    1. The formations are like Rorschach blots. They can be seen in fascinatingly different ways. I love that you see melted buildings. I see this now too დ

          1. Initially, I thought the huge rock formation on the rear left was a mosque with 2 turrets in front…. I now wonder if I need my eyes checked!

            1. I see this now that you mentioned it. I love the different things people see in these formations. It proves your eyes and your imagination are working well. When we first see a confusing image, our mind instantly interprets it for us, giving up a close match, which is why when I noticed a great blue heron at my front door, my brain immediately asked me, “Is there a dinosaur at you door?” I had to look again to see it was a huge heron! πŸ˜‰

  1. So many amazing places that I will never see in person. I always enjoy your photos. Feel like I’ve been there. I clicked and looked at some up close. Magnificent!

  2. I remember a friend came back from visiting family in Sedona… seems those many years ago she created my yearning to visit the area, but I still haven’t made it there. Perhaps someday…… πŸ€”

      1. Thanks, Cindy. We’re trying to work up to taking the plunge to do some travel, but I’m guessing our first trip will likely head north to see the grandkids. πŸ™

    1. I am not though, because I will tell you honestly, Sedona is way too crowded in peak season. If you visit, go in the off seasons. Peak season is too much, too expensive and too crowded. You are right though, Sedona is marvelous! დ

    1. I would so love to photograph Sedona in the snow! What I have seen of this is gorgeous. If you do go, visit off season, the crowds are too much during the peak periods დ

  3. β—½ w o n d e r f u l β—½


  4. Stunning pictures as always, Cindy πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ» They put me in mind of Georgia O’Keeffe’s New Mexico landscape paintings. 😍

  5. How beautiful!! We’ve had so much rain here that I’ve nearly forgotten what a sunset is supposed to look like. Thanks for reminding me, Cindy!

  6. I stopped going to Sedona about seven years ago because the traffic was horrible, there were too many people, and they had changed the streets, making the traffic even worse. But, thankfully, the scenery never changes! Glad your visit was beautiful.

    1. I had to search out hikes where no one goes. They exist and were wonderful, but I agree with you. The traffic was terrible and the crowds were too much. Prices super inflated too. But, as you say, soooo beautiful დ

  7. Fiquei apreciando uma sΓ©rie de postagens suas, vendo as fotos todas e depois curti cada uma delas. Me transmitem uma sensação boa de paz, de observação criteriosa de um mundo tΓ£o diverso e fantΓ‘stico. Espero que a tradução das minhas palavras permitam a vocΓͺ entender de fato aquilo que estou tentando dizer. Gosto muito do seu trabalho.

    1. Estou honrado e tocado por suas palavras tΓ£o atenciosas. O fato de meus posts te trazerem felicidade me deixa feliz. Muito obrigado pelo carinho e fique bem meu amigo. დ

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