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Arizona

There are so many wonderful natural sites in Arizona, but at this point I am concentrating on three, Antelope Canyon in the north, Tucson in the southwest, and Sedona in the northwest. Each is beautful in its own unique ways.

 

Antelope Canyon

The effects of the changing light from moment to moment in this slot canyon are dazzling and somewhat disorienting, but they are also beautiful.


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Tucson

The greater Tucson area is home to the giant saguaro cactus, a defining plant of the Sonoran Desert. It grows to 60 feet high, weighs up to 4,000 pounds, and lives up to 200 years.

 

Saguaro cactus Saguaro cactus Sabino Canyon
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Sedona

The town of Sedona is at an altitude of 4,200 feet and offers mountains, beautiful valleys, desert, and more. Here are some of the sites.

 

Cathedral Rock Thunder Mountain
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At Red Rock Canyon
Boynton Canyon
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