Sedona is such a beautiful area. Thank you for sharing these photos.
wonderful photos - I'm glad you were out in beautiful nature
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The colour of the rocks is beautiful.
Bet you wish you were there again hikeing
Such chilly pictures! Excellent.
Cold weather for sure.
Lovely pictures! Did you guys get any snow over the weekend? Probably not. Ours was so beautiful and happily not combined with sleet and ice. Just gorgeous big snowflakes that were wet and apparently were perfect for snowmen. All the kids around had a great time creating snow sculptures. I felt like it was a great blessing for us. A hopeful thing somehow. LOL
Those pictures are beautiful, thanks for sharing ! We had a long autumn here this year, because of the rather warm temperatures, probably. It's been very cold these last days, but still no snow...
This is beautiful. We once headed to Sedona, leaving my cousin's house in Flagstaff. The hill was so icy we stopped and went back and never made it, though I'd been before. I'd love to see it again.
Beautiful frost/snow/groppel pictures.
I love the shot of the cactus laced with frost. Great pics, Deb!
I see you also have to dig into your old photos ! Snow in Arizona !! can't believe it, when we were there twice it was so hot that I thought I would melt !
I live in Vegas and we hardly ever get snow here. It's pretty when it happens like in your pictures.
So much beauty! I have a friend who recently moved closed to Sedona but no traveling for now. One day I hope to get to go visit.
So pretty! Sedona is amazing! I have driven thru there once but it's been awhile ....
love the leaves and the fristy wood. Frost enhances the colors. :)
That funny looking pellet snow has a name. It's called graupel:"Graupel, also called soft hail or snow pellets, is precipitation that forms when supercooled water droplets are collected and freeze on falling snowflakes, forming 2–5 mm balls of rime. Graupel is distinct from hail and ice pellets. Hail is common in thunderstorms, while graupel typically falls in winter storms. "best... mae at maefood.blogspot.com
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