Arizona, Five Shots of..., hiking, nature, photography, travelFive Shots: Hart Prairie I October 6, 2013 Cindy Bruchman Took advantage of the fall foliage outside of Flagstaff, AZ, today. The Aspens are in their prime. Which shot do you like the best? Share this:Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related Published by Cindy Bruchman AZ educator, writer, traveler, movie buff View all posts by Cindy Bruchman
6 thoughts on “Five Shots: Hart Prairie I”
Fall is a beautiful time of year, especially when you’re blessed with sunshine and clear skies.
Your 3rd and 5th photographs are my favourites from this selection. They remind me very much of the films of Terrence Malick and I can’t offer you any higher praise than that.
Have a great week.
Wow! Indeed! Thanks, Paul. In and under the aspens, if one is quiet enough, I swear they whisper to you. I love the eyes on the bark. 😉
Oh, btw, am about to write a post about Stardust focusing on Robert DeNiro (for a blogathon) and there was M. Pfeiffer as the bad witch being beautiful for half the film and I thought of you! 😉
It’ll be very nice to read someone else’s thoughts on a film featuring La Pfeiffer.
I’ll look forward to that:)
I like the 2nd one. Shows the immensity of nature.
That’s my better half. We never thought the trunks could be so huge. I usually think of Aspens with slender trunks. They dwarfed us. I’m glad I could capture a small part of that. Thanks, TBM