Monday, August 12, 2013

Sedona,AZ Tidbits

Oink critters of Sedona City, AZ.

 Inside the chapel of the Holy Cross in Sedona.  It is a very small chapel.

I never knew that cactus could be green and lavender.

A lovely sculpture in downtown Sedona.

Linking: Travel Photo Discovery
Take a peek, there are gorgeous photos there.

16 comments:

Muza-chan said...

Beautiful photos :)

Viera said...

your photos are fabulous...

Penelope Postcards said...

I was in Sedona years ago and remember those pastel lavender and greens very well. The soft colors took the sting out of the needles. :)

Poppy said...

Hi Ruth,

Love the photo of the cactus; so intriguing! Thanks for sharing!

Poppy

Ginny said...

These are wonderful! Are those warthogs? I would have to swipe one!!! That striking look of the outside of the chapel, from the inside, is wonderful. One would picture that is it really huge!!

Noel Morata said...

thanks for taking us on a walk around the town, would love to visit some day

EG CameraGirl said...

Very nice photos and I also have never seen purplish cacti! Hmmmm.

NanaDiana said...

Sedona is quite a city. We have friends that live there-mostly for the golfing, I think- xo Diana

Rebecca said...

Your comment on my blog about Wagontown is so amusing to me. At what time did your ancestor live there? Were they a Quaker too? Was Wagontown primarily Quaker? I think it is funny that today the fiddlers' picnic is held there.

Amy Lee Scott said...

I love those oink statues!! I have never been to Sednoa but that lavender cactus has me wanting to visit. Thanks for stopping by Club Narwhal!

GingerV said...

I was in Cottonwood Az from 1954 to 1964. Elementary to jr high. We had field trips to Sedona, and we all met in Oak Creek canyon for a family reunion 30 years later. I knew it before......it was farmhouse to the rich and famous

Magali@TheLittleWhiteHouse said...

I've always dreamt of visiting Arizona, reading your post is a way to fulfil that dream thanks to your beautiful pictures!

Tree Hugger - Suzan said...

We spent Spring Break in Sedona 2 years ago!! love it - it's beautiful!!

Lyn said...

Wow what an unusual church.
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Calypso In The Country said...

Beautiful photos. I love the pigs! I have only been to the Phoenix area but never Sedona, AZ. It's definitely on my to do list!
-Shelley

Norma Ruttan said...

what a lovely town Sedona must be, judging from your photos!

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