On Tuesday, we drove north to Sedona. Finals ended last Friday, and I start a fellowship next Monday, so this was our opportunity to hit the road. It was large part break and small part assignment, to scope the city and the scenery for my mother who’s always been interested in going.
We saw beautiful scenery.
We met a group of interesting little birds.
On the way back, we discovered what difference light can make – the two sets photos below were taken in the same place, from slightly different angles and a little shutter speed tinkering on my part.
Overall, a great afternoon…
|From Sedona, Arizona (May 2010)|
Tags: Arizona, birds, flowers, lighting, photography, red rocks, rest stop, road trip, Sedona, sunset
Great photos! Thanks for sharing them. The trees in the first photo are incredible – so tall and skinny! You have a great eye.
I love Sedona, my uncle and I went out there when I was 12 and got to do a jeep tour. Left Arizona with the desire to live there and own a jeep.
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