My wife texted me the other morning informing me that it was colder in Sedona, Arizona than it was here in Pennsylvania. A smile widened across my face. Not because I dislike the people of Arizona, but because it was evident that our time in Sedona was just as precious to her, as it was to me. We’ve been there twice, and it’s on my list of places I could retire to someday. The people are friendly and they’re enlightened as to how precious their surroundings are. It’s the kind of place where you can really feel the Earth’s majesty. Miraculous views are abundant and ever changing. It’s a place to appreciate how small we are and how astounding nature can be. The picture is from a balloon ride we took on our second visit. Breathtaking. We'll be going back.
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Nikon D4 Sigma 70-200mmf/2.8 @150mm f/8 ISO250 1/200 sec