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departingfromcrowds:

Downtown Flagstaff

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shaggyj:

Mt. Lemmon Tucson, AZ

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advocating-artist:

Downtown Kitchen & Cocktails. Tucson, AZ.

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chewestfly:

SunSet
Tucson’s sunsets are the best. Just saying. Photo credit to @tesoconqueso for the dope pic!

chewestfly:

SunSet

Tucson’s sunsets are the best. Just saying. Photo credit to @tesoconqueso for the dope pic!

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courtneybrooke:

There is nothing like an arizona sunset

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ericrosenwaldphotography:

Time Lapse: Summer 2014 www.EricRosenwaldPhotography.com

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arizonahistoricalsociety:

El Día De Los Muertos: Remembering January 8thThe Arizona History MuseumExhibit Opens: October 29thIn conjunction with the January 8th Memorial Foundation, the Arizona History Museum will be hosting an exhibition celebrating the lives of those who died while participating in the democratic process “Congress on Your Corner” with former US Representative Gabrielle Giffords, who was injured at the event. The January 8th Memorial Foundation has loaned artifacts from the many memorials around Tucson which honored those who died or were injured. These artifacts will be displayed at the Arizona History Museum beginning October 29th.
AHS Arizona History Museum949 E. 2nd St., Tucson, AZ 85719 Phone: 520.628.5695Free parking one block west of the museum in the Arizona Historical Society garage (northeast corner of E. 2nd St. and N. Euclid)

arizonahistoricalsociety:

El Día De Los Muertos: Remembering January 8th
The Arizona History Museum
Exhibit Opens: October 29th
In conjunction with the January 8th Memorial Foundation, the Arizona History Museum will be hosting an exhibition celebrating the lives of those who died while participating in the democratic process “Congress on Your Corner” with former US Representative Gabrielle Giffords, who was injured at the event. The January 8th Memorial Foundation has loaned artifacts from the many memorials around Tucson which honored those who died or were injured. These artifacts will be displayed at the Arizona History Museum beginning October 29th.

AHS Arizona History Museum
949 E. 2nd St., Tucson, AZ 85719 Phone: 520.628.5695
Free parking one block west of the museum in the Arizona Historical Society garage (northeast corner of E. 2nd St. and N. Euclid)

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southwestart:

David Jonason
10x30 inches, oil

southwestart:

David Jonason

10x30 inches, oil

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Arizona Is Now A Marriage Equality State | ThinkProgress

radicalrevolution:

Almost more surprised by this one than Indiana.

That makes two of us…

(Source: cognitivedissonance)

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ericrosenwaldphotography:

Cumulonimbus clouds gather over Catalina, Arizona durring monsoon season. August, 2014. www.EricRosenwaldPhotography.com

ericrosenwaldphotography:

Cumulonimbus clouds gather over Catalina, Arizona durring monsoon season. August, 2014. www.EricRosenwaldPhotography.com

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