A Guide to the Natural Landmarks of Arizona

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Graphie International, Incorporated, Jul 1, 2006 - Photography - 272 pages
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The Photographing the Southwest guidebook series is the culmination of over twenty years experience exploring and photographing the natural landmarks of the Southwest. Volume 2 will take you on a grand tour of Arizona, starting with an in-depth discovery of the Grand Canyon, from the rim and from the river, exploring the superlative landscapes of Navajoland, including Monument Valley and Canyon de Chelly, amazing narrows and slot canyons such as Antelope Canyon, the incredible swirls of Coyote Buttes and its crown jewel: The Wave, the colorful area around Sedona, all the national parks and monuments of the Sonoran desert, and finishing with a foray into the adjacent southern tip of Nevada.

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User Review  - buffalogr - LibraryThing

Great reference for photographers looking for subjects in Arizona. Provides detailed info about subjects there; including lens, light and visit recommendations. I like this series for photographers. Read full review

Most Comprehensive Source for Utah Photo Locations

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For any photographer interested in the beauty of Utah, this is the best source of information that you can find. The book contains good general advice on outdoor photography in southern Utah, but the ... Read full review