Five Shots: Devil’s Bridge, Sedona

Today my son and I hiked a popular Sedona, AZ trail: Devil’s Bridge. Here are five shots of our adventure. 

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Which one do you like best? 

34 thoughts on “Five Shots: Devil’s Bridge, Sedona

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    1. Hi Bill. I thought the same thing. The first one with the cacti blooming and clouds framing the canyon really had me patting myself on the back. I think that’s one I’ll frame and stick on a wall somewhere. 😉

  1. Number one works best for me, giving good foreground detail, and a view over the whole area too. Impressive countryside indeed, and very different to the rather sedate Norfolk landscapes that I am used to.
    Best wishes, Pete.

    1. Hi, Pete! Don’t you dare downgrade the English landscape. I adore England. Sedona, however, does have a robust, grand beauty which makes my hobby of picture-taking a lot of fun. The Red Rocks are unique! 🙂 Number one is my favorite, too. We’ve had a lot of rain this spring which makes the prickly pear cactus sprout magnificent colors.

  2. I prefer the one with the Bigfoot in it. No, seriously, for me it’s three. The people look so tiny and vulnerable compared to the scenery around them.

  3. These are breathtaking, Cindy! You live in such a magnificent place of raw beauty.
    If I was forced to choose just one, it would be the first. I love the scope of foreground, background and the way the sky has interacted with both the top of the picture as well as the bottom (the shadows of clouds). Gorgeous!

    1. Yay, that’s my favorite, too. Your eye begins at the bottom and rises up to the clouds. Everything was lush and prolific in the high desert yesterday. Thank you 🙂

    1. Welcome, Brenda! Thank you for your vote ;). I liked one and three best, too. Only if you click on #2,4 do you get a hint of the space. So hard in landscape shots! Have a great day 🙂

  4. Hi, Cindy:

    You’ve still have great photographic eyes!

    I like the shot under the branch of the Joshua tree. It’s busy, but not too busy. And a true treat for the eyes.

    The Cacti in the foreground shot is very nice, too.

    See if you can find some Kodak B&W film and give Ansel Adams a run for his money!

    1. When you say AZ, most people think just Phoenix. If you go north 90 minutes, you are in a completely different elevation, coolness, green and the lovely red rocks of Sedona. At the northern end is Flagstaff and the Grand Canyon. It’s a diverse state. Hope you make it some day!

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