Fun in the sun beneath palm trees on the banks of the Colorado River? Yes, please!
I have been spending most of the winter in southwest Arizona for the past few years. The desert weather is mostly pleasant during the winter months, and the sunsets are beyond description.
I passed by Winslow, Arizona several times – late at night – before finally timing it right in July 2016. As I made my way from Flagstaff, Arizona to Gillette, Wyoming, I stopped in Winslow for a selfie on a corner. Cliche, I know, but I had to do it!
The southwest desert around Ehrenberg and Quartzsite has been my winter home base over the past few years. These are a few of the photos that I took there in December 2016.
Wupatki National Monument is home to a number of ancient Pueblo ruins. Located north of Flagstaff on Highway 89, this site offers a mind-blowing experience for lovers of history and ancient civilizations.
Sedona, Arizona is Red Rock Country. I first visited this area in May 2016 and was immediately struck by its enchanted views.
Grand Canyon National Park is yet another site that defies adequate description. Words just cannot convey the majestic grandeur of the Grand Canyon.