Sedona sunset_Panorama1

Since Sedona was settled by white man at the start of the 20th century, this Arizona area has acquired the nickname Red Rock Country.  And with good reason. The Sedona dirt is as red as dirt gets. Even redder than the lava dirt of Kauai or Maui.

What makes Sedona unique, however, is that in between the layers of red rock there are strands of white minerals. Which makes the mountains look like giant layered cakes. Now, try to aim in your mind a huge orange floodlight at the Red Rock country, and what you would get is a spectacular sunset scene.

Well, you don’t have to imagine it anymore. Here it is as it appeared in real life on Oct 19 when I went to the Sedona airport mesa to join other sunset gazers in capturing this magical moment. Enjoy!

Sedona sunset_Panorama2

Sedona sunst_Panorama3

IMG_2677 IMG_2682 IMG_2679 IMG_2678  IMG_2697 IMG_2696IMG_2701 IMG_2700 IMG_0658 (taken with my iPhone camera)

Author: ALTZAR

Bob Altzar Djurdjevic is a writer, musician, video maker, thrice-ordained Inca-shaman, geopolitical commentator, business analyst, playwright-producer... He is also founder of non-profit organizations Stewards of the Earth (https://www.facebook.com/groups/gaiastewards) and Truth in Media (https://www.facebook.com/groups/truthinmedia.org/) ALTZAR shares his time between Maui, Hawaii and Scottsdale, Arizona. You can follow his blog at http://djurdjevic.wordpress.com/ and his travelogues at https://yinyangbob.wordpress.com/). Bob had also worked as a business consultant and advisor to top executives of large multinational computer companies for 36 years (1978-2014). He had spent 8 years working for IBM prior to starting his own business in 1978.

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