A Winter’s Drive to Flagstaff, Arizona
Today we made our journey up the mountain to Flagstaff. When we left Scottsdale, at 9:00 a.m., it was 60º, and when we made it to Flagstaff, two hours later, it was 31º.
As we made our climb we saw patches of snow at 5,000 feet, deep snow at 6,000 feet, and gobs of snow in Flagstaff at 7,000 feet.
The photograph above is from Arizona’s Snowbowl at 9,200 feet, and as you can see, we were blessed with some sunshine in order to share this phenomenal panorama with you.
When I stepped out of the car, I was majorly bummed because I forgot to put the SD card back in my Nikon D80. Therefore, all of my photographs from this weekend are going to be from my little Sony point-and-shoot. Sheez! I was not happy with myself for such a rookie mistake.