Sedona, Arizona: we've never seen anything like it

Posted by spots (Singapore, Singapore) on 31 May 2007 in Landscape & Rural and Portfolio.

Sedona was voted the most beautiful place in America by USA Weekend in 2003. An hour's drive from Flagstaff, where we rented a vacation home, we were in awe of Sedona's rugged natural beauty. It's places like Sedona that make me realise how raw & magnificent America's landscape can be. We've never seen anything like it. The beauty of Australia is tamer, of New Zealand is smaller, of an English countryside is more rustic, of Europe is more elegant. Here in Sedona, we saw rough unrefined powerful beauty. Simply put - it was stunning.

More pics of our Arizona trip can be found at this flickr set.

kairospix from Singapore, Singapore

nice family shot set to beautiful Arizona landscape!

31 May 2007 3:22pm

{H} creatives from Santa Clara, United States

Hello neighbor! (relatively speaking 15 miles is quite close, wouldn't you say?) Great composition for a family picture!

1 Jun 2007 4:40am

Lau Family from Singapore

The beautiful landscape reminded us of our own holiday to Arizona back in 1994. And the photos are beautifully taken. We wish we could make another visit there if time and schedule permit in the not-too-distant future. :-D

2 Jun 2007 9:51am

Nikon D50
1/2000 second
F/3.5
ISO 200
18 mm

arizona
family
portrait
holiday
daniel
benjamin
ruth
lau
sedona
bim

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