Sedona Photo Gallery

Enjoy our Sedona Photo Gallery! Our large collection of pictures of Sedona and the region have been taken over the past ten years by multiple Sedona photographers and contributors.  If this is your first time here, please wait as the gallery is loading.

Tuzigoot National Monument
 
Tuzigoot National Monument in Clarkdale, Arizona.
 
Tavasci Marsh Near Sedona, Arizona
 
Birders in particular have come to know and love Tavasci Marsh for its unbelievable abundance of resident and migratory birds, many of which are representatives of fragile populations.
 
Sedona Garden - Blooming Echinopsis Cactus
 
Echinopsis cactus flower blooms are large and impressive.  They only last for a short time.
 
Arizona's First People - Native Americans of Northern and Central Arizona
 
Like no other part of the country, Native American culture and history play an immediately present and dynamic role in the life of northern and central Arizona. The landscape itself is imprinted with evidence of thousands of years of human life.
 
Arizona's Ponderosa Pine
 
The dignified, hardy ponderosa pine has long been a symbol of the wild American West, and the tree has done particularly well for itself in Arizona. They're found throughout the West from Canada to Mexico, but the stand stretching from...
 
Lake Powell and Glen Canyon Dam - Irresistible Fun, Undeniable Conflict
 
Lake Powell presents a stark, striking landscape born of tension among the elements, including the influence of man. Water and land are in a perpetual standoff, the lake's shores lapping away at a waterline it took 17 years to reach, once the...
 
Winter Passes Through Red Rock Country in Sedona Arizona
 
There is the old saying about the weather in Arizona - something to the effect that if the weather doesn't quite suit your taste, give it five minutes and it will change.  February is one of the more fickle months when it comes to the...
 
Top Of Cathedral Rock
 
The top of Cathedral Rock in Sedona amazes climbers with sweeping views.
 
Visitors Enjoy Red Rock State Park in Sedona Arizona
 
One reason Sedona is such a treasure is the ease with which you can access its natural wonders. You need not be a backcountry expert, or forge rivers and boulders with a military-style vehicle, to get up close and personal with some of the...
 
Cathedral Rock Reflections
 
Cathedral Rock is considered the location of a major vortex in Sedona, Arizona.
 
Jogging Through Red Rocks
 
Imagine the bliss of a cool morning jog or hike through magnificent red rock scenery.
 
Agave at Courthouse Butte
 
Agave plants bask in the winter sun along the Courthouse Butte trail in Sedona.
 
A Scientific and Simple Explanation of the Sedona Vortex and Spiritual Uniqueness
 
The majestic red rock scenery and evergreen vegetation are two obvious reasons for the unique energy of Sedona and its tangible regenerative and inspirational effects. From a Brain Science perspective we know that the red-orange color of the rock...
 
View From Slide Rock
 
View From Slide Rock State Park.
 
Verde Hot Springs
 
Now who doesn't love getting naked with strangers?  If you raised your hand, just click on by. If you were hoping, however, that I meant enjoying one of Northern Arizona's wilderness hot springs, read on my adventurous friend!
 
Fast and Feisty — the Greater Roadrunner
 
They're goofy, rangy, amusing but seemingly harmless. Oh, but don't be fooled. Forget the dopey purple "Beep Beep!" critter made famous by the Warner Brothers cartoons.
 
Sedona Snowfall
 
This beautiful snowscene was captured by Sedona photographer David Sunfellow.
 
Mesa View at Red Rock State Park
 
This round rock structure is known simply as "the Kiva."  
 
Tuzigoot ... Fun To Say, Fascinating To Behold!
 
Standing in the cool, dark confines of a room that was built 1,000 years ago kicks the imagination into high gear. Your common humanity with the people who slept, ate, argued and dreamed in this room surges to the surface of your consciousness, and...
 
Arizona State Mammal at Home in Sedona
 
Shout it out if you can name Arizona's State Mammal! Coyote? Good guess, but wrong. Mountain Lion? Fearsome, but no. Javalina? Mule Deer? Antelope? Antel-nope! Feel like you've run out of Arizona mammals? Shame on you! How can you forget...
 
Sedona Arizona Roadside Attractions: Standin' On The Corner Park
 
Take it easy in Winslow, Arizona, at the Standing On The Corner Park. Made up of a mural, bronze statue, and concrete corner alongside Route 66, the park is one of those quirky, quaint, and sometimes just outrageous, roadside attractions to be...
 
House of Apache Fire at Red Rock State Park
 
House of Apache Fire built on the Smoke Trail Ranch by Helen and Jack Frye.
 
Slip Sliding Away At Slide Rock State Park in Sedona Arizona
 
Escape the summer heat in one of northern Arizona’s oldest and most spectacular swimming holes — Slide Rock on Oak Creek in Sedona.
 
Thoughts on the Grand Canyon - the Easy Way
 
The Grand Canyon may well be the most accessible of the world's wonders.  At the place in the park where the main lodges are, a carload of people can practically park right at the edge of the South Rim, which is bordered by a wide paved...
 
Slide Rock State Park in Sedona, Arizona
 
Slide Rock is a portion of Oak Creek where the creekbed is a sloping chute of slippery rock, making it a natural waterslide. Along the way are little shallows for wading and deeper pools for a bona fide swim.
 
        
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We're always searching for new and gorgeous Sedona photos to post.  Here's what we're looking for:

  • Photos of the red rocks
  • Photos taken along Sedona's many hiking trails
  • Dramatic Sedona monsoon photos, especially rainbows
  • Photos of Sedona wildlife and birds, especially close up
  • Sedona snowscenes


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