Sedona Photo Blog

Enjoy beautiful and interesting Sedona and Northern Arizona photos, and comment on your experience as it relates to the pictures posted here.

Distant view of Cathedral Rock following a winter storm. At left, a wall of the Chapel of the Holy Cross.
Trail leading back to the Visitor Center at Red Rock State Park.
Sedona homes are dwarfed by snow-dusted red rocks in this rare Sedona, Arizona snowfall.  Photo taken by co-publisher, Chuck Oldham.
Monsoon season brings beautiful sunsets, a treat to the artist and photographer living in Sedona.
House of Apache Fire built on the Smoke Trail Ranch by Helen and Jack Frye.
The two-tailed swallowtail butterfly (Papilio multicaudata) is a common butterfly of Sedona and was designated the official state butterfly of Arizona in 2001. A large butterfly with a wingspan of 3 to 5 inches, the two-tailed swallowtail is found only west of the Mississippi in North America.  It can be seen in canyonlands, foothills, valleys, woodlands, and gardens.
At sunset, Sedona's red rocks can glow with the most beautiful red-orange hues.  Such a moment is forever captured.
Javelinas, also known as the Collared Peccary, are commonly sighted in Sedona, Arizona.
V-Bar-V petroglyphs near Sedona, Arizona, are shown at summer solstice and attributed to the Sinagua Indians.
Devil's Bridge is a natural stone arch located a few miles from the center of Sedona.
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