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Sunday, November 29, 2009

Sunday Stills / "T" for Trees






The theme for Sunday Stills is the letter "T." I will choose "tree" since I have some nice fall colors from Sedona, Arizona. The top 4 trees are in Oak Creek that runs through the Sedona area and the last photo was taken at the property where we stayed beneath Bell Rock and Court House Butte. If we had been there a week earlier we would have seen more reds...but, that's the story of my life. However, coming from southern California...I was mighty impressed with what I found in Sedona, as always!
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12 comments:

dibear said...

Oh, Sedona is one of my most favorite places in the whole world!! Beautiful pictures. We wanted to retire there, but our pocketbook said, "No Way"!!

fredamans said...

Beautiful colors!

Rebekah said...

Such beautiful, majestic trees! I love your photos.

Sedona is so lovely, I was there on numerous occasions during the 12 years I lived in Phoenix. The red rock is so gorgeous -- but I learned my lesson, it does not come out of clothes! Never, ever sit down on red rock when wearing white shorts!!! :)

Nuzzling Muzzles said...

Well, how's this for synchronicity? We were just looking through some old family photos and found a bunch of pictures of Sedona, Arizona, but we couldn't remember the name of the place. Then I came to your blog, and there it is!

Word Verification = prorider

flowerweaver said...

Stunning fall color photos. Funny, I've camped in Oak Creek Canyon during the summer, but it never dawned on me how gorgeous it would be in the fall! I'll have to visit again.

Holly said...

pretty pretty pretty!

Horses are our Lives said...

That would be a beautiful place to ride horses! Beautiful scenery!

Ed said...

Great shots, that part of the country is one of my faves..:-)

Shirley said...

The trees are beautiful, but oh, those rocks!

Marka said...

Great colors!

Jama said...

The colors are so pretty!

SquirrelQueen said...

The colors are so pretty, I really like the red rock in the background. What a beautiful place to explore.