All of the shots I posted from my recent trip to Northern Arizona were the popular ones that most have seen or heard about. The ones I wanted in my collection. Today I thought I would post a few photos of the same areas but scenes that are not as common.
I spent one and half days shooting in the Painted Desert east of Tuba City, AZ. Other than the natural beauty of the area one of the most remarkable things is that I never saw another person; I don’t mean just photographers but anyone. These locations were reachable on dirt roads off the main highways, and I did hike a little once I parked, but not a sole was there. Pretty rare these days.
The morning started with a few clouds and as the day went on they increased until the sky turned dark and rain fell. Occasionally the sun would peek out and provide some interesting light.
After resting and catching up at home we’re off to Northern Arizona’s Painted Desert. There are so many colors and textures it will be very difficult choosing which ones to post. This is far from one of the dramatic ones but it will give you a sense of what’s to come.