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First light in the Canyon was extremely cold, but such a beautiful site to see.

First light in the Canyon was extremely cold, but such a beautiful site to see.

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Summer rainstorm in Flagstaff

Summer rainstorm in Flagstaff

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The Escudilla Wilderness was some of the most beautiful land in Arizona before the Wallow Fire of 2011. The fire destroyed over 840 square miles of public & private lands as well as 35 residences. 6,000 people were officially evacuated and the estimated cost of containment/damages was $109 M.
(35mm film, May 2014)

The Escudilla Wilderness was some of the most beautiful land in Arizona before the Wallow Fire of 2011. The fire destroyed over 840 square miles of public & private lands as well as 35 residences. 6,000 people were officially evacuated and the estimated cost of containment/damages was $109 M.

(35mm film, May 2014)

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Taken August 2011 near Boynton Canyon Trail - Sedona, AZ.
-Tim M.

Taken August 2011 near Boynton Canyon Trail - Sedona, AZ.

-Tim M.

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Taken from Squaw Peak, in Phoenix, Arizona.Check out my other photos at www.mrdickeyphotography.tumblr.com

Taken from Squaw Peak, in Phoenix, Arizona.

Check out my other photos at 
www.mrdickeyphotography.tumblr.com

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Down by the creek, at Los Abrigados Spa and Resort

Down by the creek, at Los Abrigados Spa and Resort

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luscious scenery at Ridge On Sedona Golf Resort

luscious scenery at Ridge On Sedona Golf Resort

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mothernaturenetwork:

Australian town built underground so residents can escape extreme heat, dust storms
Faced with frequent dust storms and daily temperatures in excess of 110 degrees, the Australian town of Coober Pedy has had to move underground.

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Early morning - Chapel Of The Holy Cross

Early morning - Chapel Of The Holy Cross

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Misty Mountains off The Ridge On Sedona Gold Resort

Misty Mountains off The Ridge On Sedona Gold Resort

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Beautifully patterned insect

Beautifully patterned insect

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