Sedona Splendor 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.



Sedona Splendor

It was the dark skies and lightening that brought me to this site late in the day. Just before the sun set it broke through the clouds and lit the rocks on fire. From the right you can see Courthouse Butte, Rabbit Ears, Lee Mountain, Chicken Point, the two Nuns, Twin Buttes and the Chapel of the Holy Cross.
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