Sedona in Pictures

In our research for the Inn Situ stories and on the Sedona area, we’ve come across some absolutely gorgeous pictures of that part of the world. Scott has uploaded several of them here for us to refer to, but I wanted to share a few of them with you, our readers, to give you a better visual than our mere words (mine, anyway) can inadequately convey. I have provided links back to the original photographer’s website when possible.

NOTE: if you own the copyright to any of these photographs and would prefer that they not be posted here on the Inn Situ site, you can email me at michael-AT-michaelraymond.me or a post in the comments with a request to remove them.

Cathedral Rock, Sedona by Tomas Castelazo

Cathedral Rock, Sedona. Photo by: Tomas Castelazo. Inn Situ: The Road Has Spoken.

 

 

Mr. Castelazo has several pieces of his portfolio posted at photo.net. Or, visit his personal site.

 

Devil's Arch. Photo by Matthew Field

Devil's Arch. Photo by Matthew Field. The Devil's Arch has yet to make an appearance in the Inn Situ stories, but the name is perfect!

 

Matt Field has a wonderful app running at his site. Much like a virtual house tour, his site lets you see the Sedona area in full 360 degrees, up, down, and around. Cool!

 

Sedona Vortex Cairns by Dlz28

Sedona Vortex Cairns. Unfortunately, I have been unable to find additional information on the photographer, Dlz28

 

 

One of the many locations in Sedona said to be home to several of the smaller vortices.

 

Cathedral Rock by Ken Thomas

Cathedral Rock at night. Photo by Ken Thomas. Inn Situ: Wind's Child

 

As with most places, this looks entirely different at night. Wonder what strange creatures and beings roam those rocks after dark. You can visit www.kenthomas.us for more Sedona images.

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One Response to Sedona in Pictures

  1. Scott says:

    Michael,

    I love the write up and use of the images to connect with places (and perhaps future places) in the stories. As much as I tried, I couldn’t find an image of a certain bar in Sedona…but I’ll keep looking 😉

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