Tag: Arizona

Weekly Travel Photo – Red Rock Park

Weekly Travel Photo – Red Rock Park

| April 21, 2010

So far this is my favorite of the shots I took in Sedona. My friend Ric and I stood in the field at 5:30am in the dark waiting for this moment. It only lasted about five minutes and it just seemed to get better every second. The quail were having a field day listening to […]

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Sedona Sunrise Oil Painting

Sedona Sunrise Oil Painting

| April 18, 2010

With an amazingly busy week of work coming up I thought I would get my submission done this weekend for the April Challenge. As I was laying this out, I thought I was taking on too much. Trees and bushes give me fits and about half the painting is of such things! What’s more, rocks […]

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Aircraft Engine HDR Photo

Aircraft Engine HDR Photo

| April 16, 2010

While visiting the Air and Space Museum in Tucson with my dad last weekend, this cutaway display of an aircraft turbine engine caught my eye. Not only am I fascinated with aviation but I love a nifty gadget too. The worn metal bits and pieces along with the multi-colored elements were prime candidates for a […]

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Weekly Travel Photo – Elvis Chapel

Weekly Travel Photo – Elvis Chapel

| April 14, 2010

The Elvis Presley Chapel is a movie memorabilia museum in Apache Junction, Arizona showing the movies that were filmed at Apacheland. The Chapel survived two fires that all but destroyed Apacheland Movie Ranch. Many western motion pictures and television shows were filmed at the Ranch over a 45 year period, including “Charro,” which starred Elvis Presley. Among […]

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Weekly Travel Photo – Apache Junction

Weekly Travel Photo – Apache Junction

| April 10, 2010

Well this is about as touristy as it gets folks but all locations are ripe for interesting photo opportunities! I actually sought this place out via Google as a stop on our way to the Superstition Mountains near Phoenix. Believe it or not, just to the left of this scene is none other than “The […]

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