Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Sedona Skies






I am in love with Sedona,



where endless skies stretch on forever to form the perfect backdrop for peaks so brilliantly tinged with red that they take one's breath away.

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The skies are mercurial..from minute to minute they dazzle and change with the brilliance of every hue one can possibly imagine.
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Unlikely athough it seems, the photos on this page were taken over the course of a single overnight stay. To say one night was not enough is an understatement. Sedona's hills, her whisper-soft air and brilliant skies seem to me what heaven must be like.
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We are heading back to the
Southwest for an autumn trip...its lure
remains irresistable
to me.

My camera and I can hardly wait...
there are many more pictures to take!
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I am linking this post to Looking At The Sky on Friday, graciously hosted by CrAzY Working Mom at the link below. Do stop by for skies that inspire!
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10 comments:

  1. Those are some great sky shots. I can't decide which I like best!

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  2. Beautiful light tones create a wonderful ambience in each photo!

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  3. You take the most amazing photos and these are some of the best skies I have seen. Clear and smog free!
    I can't pick a favorite!
    Blessings- Tete

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  4. I don't blame you those photos are gorgeous! My favorite is the 3rd one, lucky you to have them taken. Thanks for sharing and thanks for the visit!
    Reddish cloud

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  5. I love the colors in the second photo, but they are all brilliant! Very nice captures. Thanks so much for being kind enough to share them with us. Happy Friday!
    Tisha of Looking @ The Sky on Friday

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  6. These photographs are awesome! :-)

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  7. Your photos are fabulous. I love Sedona, too, and we weren't even there a whole day! My husband is the sort who says "There's nothing to do"!! He said the same thing about my favourite town in Mexico. I told him, "We just do whatever happens," but he likes organized events, team sports, museums, river rafting, and roller-coasters. Sigh.
    I'm going to look at more of your blog, and leave more comments.
    Kay

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  8. These are so achingly beautiful Lynette

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I'm glad your travels have brought you to my little corner of blogland! I'm Lynette and I'm interested to know where you've been and what you think...