Cathedral Silhouette Giclée by Elaine Belvin

Elaine Belvin
Elaine Belvin
Elaine Belvin’s interest in photography was sparked by the beautiful landscapes she and her husband saw while hiking in the American Southwest. After a long career in Information Technology, photography is now her focus and hiking gives her access to remarkable sites.
Photography Dry Mount Giclée



Cathedral Silhouette

Cathedral rock is an iconic landmark on the Sedona, Arizona Skyline and is one of the most photographed sites in Arizona. Geologically, it is carved from the Permian Schnebly Hill Formation, a red bed sandstone formed from coastal sand dunes near the shoreline of ancient Pedregosa Sea. Cathedral Rock can be photographed from various vantage points in Sedona. Even in silhouette, it is universally recognized and the magnificent sunset is an added bonus.