Things to See in Arizona

Although I've lived in Arizona since 2000, there is so much I haven't seen, especially in the Phoenix area.   I've done many Google searches looking for Things to Do in Phoenix and Arizona and yes, the Grand Canyon, Sedona and Tombstone always come up but there is more to see and discover.  Come with me on my journey to discover more of the Phoenix  area and Arizona as a whole.

September 11th - The Healing Field

September 10, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
The 9-11 Memorial Healing Field at Tempe Town Lake is on display September 10 th – 13 th. Thousands of flags honor the people who lost their lives on September 11, 2001. Each flag has a bio-card with the name of the individual, age, hometown, location on 9/11 and personal information. Yellow ribbons mark the first responders and sky blue ribbons id...
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Burrowing Owls

June 22, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
Last year my dad and I went to Zanjero Park in Gilbert to take photographs of the burrowing owls. Even though there were fewer owls this year, I managed to capture some good pictures of these adorable owls.
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Parliament in Budapest

April 19, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
There are times when photography requires me to go out of my comfort zone. It’s so easy to take pictures when you’re with others or the opportunity is in your backyard. However, when its outside of your comfort zone and takes effort is when the reward will be greater. Recently I traveled to Budapest and I had great ideas of the fabulous pictures I...
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Artist in Residence - Hubbell Trading Post

March 29, 2015  •  2 Comments
Back in November I applied to be an Arist in Residence (AiR) at Hubbell Trading Post. I thought out of all of the National Parks and National Park Historic sites that had AiR programs, this would be the most likely. It's not a huge site and a pretty remote location. My gamble paid off and I received an email letting me know that I was accepted. Ma...
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Grand Canyon Watchtower-Desert View

March 08, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
At the east end of the Grand Canyon is my favorite spot, The Desert View Watchtower. The Watchtower was designed by Mary Colter, one of the few female architects during that time. The 70ft watchtower built in 1932 was designed after ancient puebles with the base made to look like rubble or an old structure with the newer one built on top of it. The...
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