Friday Fotos Flashback: Arizona’s Star-Filled Skies

Aaron Lavinsky | Sycamore Creek

Aaron Lavinsky | Sycamore Creek

In lieu of this week’s and next week’s Friday Fotos, we’re looking back at some of our favorite Friday Fotos themes. Below, we’ve posted a small handful of photos showcasing one of Arizona’s many beautiful features: her gorgeous night skies. Next Friday … well, you’ll just have to wait and see.

Enjoy!

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5 responses to “Friday Fotos Flashback: Arizona’s Star-Filled Skies

  1. Sehr gelungene Fotografien – perfekte Aufnahmen! :-)

  2. It just shows how beautiful Arizona is whether during nighttime or daytime. The red sandstone formations during sunrise and sunset are just as breathtaking. Hikers exploring the red rock trails in Sedona, AZ can especially attest to the fact that the sandstone seem to glow when sunlight hit the sandstone formation. Truly a magical place.

  3. Stunning images of Arizona during nighttime! Thanks for the beautiful photos. Night trekking and camping especially in Sedona, Arizona are a must-do if you love spending time outdoors.

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