From the issue: “‘Trout Lake – Southwestern Colorado’ by Chuck Abbott. “
From the issue: “‘Deer at Desert Water Hole,’ by Lewis Wayne Walker. The Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, in the Tucson Mountains near Tucson, is a remarkable place, as thousands of visitors each year will attest. We refer you to our article this issue, ‘Around the Clock at a Water Hole,’ and how the Museum has made it possible for visitors to observe nocturnal habits of desert animals.”
Photograph by Fred Bond. From the issue: “Of this beautiful autumn study, Mr. Bond says: ‘This shot shows one of the forest roads along the northwest side of San Francisco Peaks, at Flagstaff. It was an interesting experiment in using both direct and transmitted light.”
From the issue: “A violent storm showers the desert with lightning bolts.” The issue included several more storm photos, along with a story about how University of Arizona scientists were researching new ways to pinpoint lightning strikes. Photo by William L. Wantland.
From the issue: “The clean desert winds and vast size of Lake Mohave on the Colorado River make for ideal sailing conditions.” Those are the Black Mountains in the background, we think. Photo by Alan Benoit.
From the issue: “Glen Canyon Bridge, 700 feet above the Colorado River, is the highest steel arch bridge in the world. Its 1,271-foot length gracefully and spectacularly spans the Glen Canyon of the Colorado.” The bridge is still in use today as part of U.S. Route 89. Photo by Dick Carter.