The many faces of fall in Arizona

October 15, 2013  •  1 Comment

Fall looks quite different depending upon where in Arizona you happen to be. The photos in this layout were taken over the course of the first 2 weeks in October, 2013. Starting in the Verde Valley of central Arizona, there is Fossil Creek, with it's cool blue-green waters similar to those of Havasu Creek in the Grand Canyon. Just outside of Camp Verde are teepee/hoodoo formations, and a few miles north is the Bell Trail, with Wet Beaver Creek, and the red rocks of Sedona. In northern Arizona are the fall colors around Flagstaff. Back in Southern Arizona are the warm days/cool nights at Lake Patagonia. To view full screen, click the box with arrow in the lower right hand corner.

Enjoy!


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Mitch Stevens(non-registered)
gorgeous Ed, great job!
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