Welcome To The Web's Best Selection Of Images From Sedona, AZ:
Red Rock Country Like You've Never Seen It Before!
Beautiful Sedona: A Nature Photographer's Paradise
When it comes to appreciating the unique natural beauty of Sedona, there's simply no substitute for experiencing the profound silence and magic light of this amazing area directly through your own senses. But of course that doesn't stop photographers from trying to capture the essence of this place in two dimensions anyway.
To help you get better pictures we've created the web's most complete
resource for photography in Sedona. We've included hundreds of high quality
images -- both from around town as well as tradtional landscapes -- complete with trail
descriptions, GPS coordinates and special photographer tips. If you're
looking to discover the hidden gems and unique perspectives only the locals
know about, then you've come
to the right place!
Sedona has been acclaimed as "the most beautiful place in America" by USA Today; one of
"the best small towns
in America" by Fodor's; one of the top 10 most beautiful
cities in the U.S. by Good Morning America; and one of the top
15 destinations in the U.S. by Trip Advisor. Boasting over 150
official trails in approximately 20 square miles, Sedona is also
considered to be the "Day Hiking Capital of the Universe" by
expert hikers everywhere.
Located at the base of the Colorado Plateau, Sedona is truly
a photographer's paradise like no other. There are four distinct
seasons and three different habitats to choose from: the creek,
the red rock cliffs, and the forested mesa tops. These
spectacular habitats inspire people from all over the world to
Best Sedona Photo of the Month
Title: Monsoon Sunset Over Cathedral Rock
Location: Upper Red Rock Loop Rd
Time of Day: Sunset
The Vortex Galleries
Sedona is also famous for it's New Age spiritual community and Vortex sites, which believers claim have almost magical powers to heal the body and expand consciousness. Visitors come from all over the world seeking spiritual experiences in these power centers. Whether there is really a unique energy coming from the land in these sites or not is a subject that's open to debate, but no one argues about the beauty of the four sites originally identified as having Vortex energy by psychic Paige Bryant back in 1980. Therefore it's not surprising that Airport Mesa, Bell Rock, Boynton Canyon and Cathredral Rock are the focus of nature photographers as well as New Age believers.
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With so much geology, topography, pioneer history and Native American archaeology going in on in Northern Arizona, recreational and photographic opportunities abound. No matter whether you prefer to explore Sedona on a driving tour, mountain bike, helicopter, or any of the more than 150 official hiking trails that crisscross the surrounding wilderness, Sedona is full of hidden gems and human activities that will keep your shutter clicking. Better bring extra batteries and a bigger memory card!