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With crisp air and fewer tourists than in the summer months, Sedona is a wonderful place to visit in November. It’s not yet cool enough for snow, and fall colors may linger. Sedona offers a multitude of options for the scenic photographer, as it combines the fiery geology of Red Rock State Park and the lush, verdant greenery of Oak Creek Canyon. Because the red rock buttes and pinnacles resemble familiar shapes, buildings and even animals, locals have coined names such as Bell Rock, Cathedral Rock, Chimney Rock, Courthouse Butte and Snoopy Rock.
Some believe that Sedona is the home to many vortexes; fields that emit energy from the earth. This ruggedly beautiful country has also provided the backdrop for many Western movies. Some of the most popular titles include Broken Arrow, Midnight Run, and The Quick and the Dead. Numerous filmmakers, painters and photographers have found inspiration in Sedona’s beauty —and so can you.
What To Photograph
If you enjoy photographing interesting architecture, head to Tlaquepaque Arts
and Crafts Village, a quaint shopping area modeled after a small Mexican village.
It houses gift shops, galleries, restaurants, and a chapel. The colorful, tiled
courtyards are very photogenic. Tlaquepaque is located on SR 179 just south
of SR 89A.
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