Friday Fotos: The North Remembers

Dean Andersen | Grand Canyon

Dean Andersen | Grand Canyon

The Grand Canyon, Monument Valley, the San Francisco Peaks … there are a lot of reasons to head north of Interstate 40 in Arizona, especially in the summer. Here are some of your favorites. Thanks, as always, for your amazing submissions. Heading north this weekend? Tomorrow’s high in Flagstaff: 75 degrees.

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Filed under Et Cetera, Friday Fotos, Photography

6 responses to “Friday Fotos: The North Remembers

  1. Stunning shots. Hopefully I’ll be heading this way in April!

  2. Karen Martin

    Awesome work, everyone! Thank so much for sharing!

  3. ​I just have to say, I LOVE Friday Fotos!!!!
    What a great way to kick off the weekend: Gorgeous photos of this fantastic state!
    Keep up the good work!

    Jeff Swanitz

    Sent from Windows Mail

  4. wow, lots of wonderful photos, I cant help but think these are places you do not want to get lost in, you would be in trouble. (like the story of the guy who spent a week in the grand canyon lost until he was found by searchers)

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