Entries from My Place in the Sun tagged with 'Arizona'

PhotoHunt - vertical

The magnificent Saguaro cactus on the side of the highway to Sedona, with my brother trying to hide from the camera. Happy weekend! :)...

An unusual shrine

El Tiradito (also known as The Wishing Shrine), located in Tucson, Arizona is the only shrine of its kind in the United States dedicated to a sinner - a man known as El Tiradito (loosely meaning a castaway or reject,...

PhotoHunt - low

The sun, low over the horizon in the Tohono O'odham Indian Reservation in southern Arizona. Ten minutes later the sun was no longer visible but the remaining light gave us a spectacular sunset....

Unwelcome house guests

If you’re squeamish about insects, skip reading this entry and do not click on the “continue reading ...” You’d think that after living in Arizona since 1986 I would have already seen scorpions a few times. Well, the truth is...

Dismantling the Sun in the Valley of the Sun

Found this interesting video of the de-installation of Chihuly's Sun at the Desert Botanical Garden. The exhibit ended on May 31st. The temperatures that week were just about hitting the 100 degree mark. I can only imagine how much Team...

Chihuly at the Desert Botanical Garden

Last month my husband and I visited the Desert Botanical Garden to see an amazing exhibit by Dale Chihuly. Tickets were sold by timed admission and since our daytime temperatures were already hovering around 100 degrees, we chose to visit...

PhotoHunt - space

The awe-inspiring open space of the Red Rocks of Sedona. Iron oxide (rust) gives the sandstone cliffs the different shades of red-orange color. Bell Rock Courthouse Butte A distant view of Schnebly Hill (on far right), named after the...

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