Friday Fotos: Orange in Arizona

Joel Rivera | Gilbert

Joel Rivera | Gilbert

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8 responses to “Friday Fotos: Orange in Arizona

  1. gabbie20132013

    Reblogged this on Gabbie Blog.

  2. So lovely. And I live here in Tucson, Arizona. Go AZ!!!

  3. Reblogged this on azseany31's Blog and commented:
    I love living here in AZ.

  4. Reblogged this on 1821 W Naranja Ave. and commented:
    If you’re ever looking to know more about Arizona, Arizona Highways Magazine should be your first stop. Their photographers are the best.

  5. Truly amazing photos! Its true, whenever I go on hiking in Sedona or think of the whole of Arizona – vivid in my mind is the color orange even though its supposedly called the Red Rock Country. Not to be biased or anything, but Arizona is the best state to live in.

  6. I definitely love the photos of orange Arizona more than blue Arizona! The view at a fave dining hangout at theHillside Sedona is definitely orange Arizona! Not saying blue Arizona is not great also though. :D

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