If you ask a local, they’ll say that the best place in town to watch the sunset over the mystical town of Sedona is at the Sedona Airport.  The locals will also chuckle about how the tourists will face the west and watch the sunset while the locals will look straight north at the red […]

At the risk of boring you with a ridiculous number of photos of red rocks, here are three more of my favorite shots of this beautiful part of Arizona. What do you think?  Do you have a favorite below? Sedona Photo #1.  I loved how a big chunk of sandstone was laying just off the […]

The W. W. Midgley Bridge in Sedona, located northeast of town, is also known as the Wilson Canyon Bridge.  Completed in 1939, it’s on the National Register of Historic Places in Arizona.  We only had enough time to drive a bit beyond the bridge as well as to stop and take a few photos, but […]

The town of Sedona, Arizona is known for its red sandstone rock formations.  They are said to glow the most brilliant red and orange colors when the rising or setting sun hits them, but our recent visit included a heavy cloud cover at sunset.  Fortunately, I got some decent daytime shots of the rocks.  I […]