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Sedona & The Grand Canyon 2016

Sedona has that magic that just pulls you back. After visiting for my 60th birthday in 2014 I had to return again! This time I spent one night at the Grand Canyon so I could get sunrise and sunset photos.

I'm still in the process of going through and editing my pics, but I'll share a few that are done.

If you've never been, put it on your bucket list. You won't regret it!

Views from Sky Ranch Lodge where we stayed.







Grand Canyon Sunset


Grand Canyon Sunrise

Cathedral Rock 



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