Saturday, August 7, 2021

Arizona Highways Friday Fotos

I was honored this week to have two photos selected in the Arizona Highways Friday Fotos theme National Parks in Arizona. Each week has a different theme that they post on Wednesday morning what the them will be and you have until Thursday at 7:00 to submit two photos. I've been lucky to have several photos selected throughout the year. The Friday Fotos challenge is on Facebook almost every week. They do take a break for holidays. Check it out when you have a chance; there are some amazing photos each week.

Here are the two photos that were selected.

Casa Grande Ruins National Monument in Florence, AZ. I used my fish eye lens to take this photo to give it a unique look.

Cattle resting at Pipe Spring National Monument in Fredonia, AZ. Pipe Spring has provided water to people in the desert for countless generations and cultures - the Ancestral Puebloans, the Kaibab Band of Paiute Indians, Spanish Missionaries, Mexican traders, United States explorers and ethnographers, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and the National Park Service. 

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