Northern Arizona Swing

Debra recently spent a couple of days in Northern Arizona.  I believe she took two separate trips.  She shares her images with all of us.  Based on these photographs I would say she had very successful and productive trips.  Looks like the fall color has arrived up north.  Thanks for letting us know!

 Canyon Woods Lake.  Debra wrote:  "It was a very cloudy and cold day when I arrived there.  It's funny that it is cloudy there and then leaving Woods Canyon Lake it is clear and sunny."

Canyon Woods Lake.  Debra wrote:  "It was a very cloudy and cold day when I arrived there.  It's funny that it is cloudy there and then leaving Woods Canyon Lake it is clear and sunny."

 Canyon Woods Lake

Canyon Woods Lake

 Near Canyon Woods Lake

Near Canyon Woods Lake

 Albert's squirrel at Wood's Canyon Lake.

Albert's squirrel at Wood's Canyon Lake.

 Albert's squirrel

Albert's squirrel

 Black eye Junco

Black eye Junco

 Debra wrote: "Boy, he sure is very loud and moves all over the place.  It was very hard to capture him."

Debra wrote: "Boy, he sure is very loud and moves all over the place.  It was very hard to capture him."

 Fern at Wood's Canyon Lake.

Fern at Wood's Canyon Lake.

 Ah fall!!!  Taken at Wood's Canyon Lake.

Ah fall!!!  Taken at Wood's Canyon Lake.

 Lockett Meadow on October 4th.

Lockett Meadow on October 4th.

 Lockett Meadow

Lockett Meadow

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 Bona fide Shoe Tree!!  Debra wrote: "On the way home from Woods Canyon Lake, I made a turn that goes to Roosevelt Lake.  I saw these along side of the road.  It looks like there is a tradition to hang shoes on this tree."

Bona fide Shoe Tree!!  Debra wrote: "On the way home from Woods Canyon Lake, I made a turn that goes to Roosevelt Lake.  I saw these along side of the road.  It looks like there is a tradition to hang shoes on this tree."

 Spotted just past the Shoe Tree

Spotted just past the Shoe Tree

 Hart's Prairie

Hart's Prairie

 Hart's Prairie

Hart's Prairie

 Cathedral Rock and Red Rock Crossing

Cathedral Rock and Red Rock Crossing