Earlier this summer, Images Arizona invited its readers to share photos of their expeditions and adventures, eager to see where the road has taken them.
Earlier this year, photographer Romi Boon opened the blinds of her RV at daybreak to discover a very rare and surprising sight: a winter wonderland in the desert.
Whether you’re hiking, taking photographs or just heading out for an afternoon drive, the following destinations are just a few of the many places around the state where wildflowers can be viewed and enjoyed.
Our Sonoran Desert trails provide Cynthia Eral with plenty of inspiration for her art. Whether it is a wild animal, a majestic sunset or one of the beautiful botanicals that are unique to our Sonoran Desert, absorbing the natural world helps the artist connect with her subjects and find the right feeling or emotion that she wants to convey.
This spring, Desert Awareness Committee members are stepping up efforts to educate the community about proper plant pruning — which should actually be done very sparingly.
North Phoenix resident Isabel Guerra Clark shares a photo that she took of a pair of bighorn sheep near Canyon Lake.
North Phoenix resident Isabel Guerra Clark shares a photo that she took of a great horned owl and its owlets.
Nature, travel and adventure photographer Mark Laverman shares a photo that he took of a quintessential Flagstaff, Arizona sunrise.
Landscape and wildlife photographer David LeVine shares a photo that he took of Cape Royal — the southernmost viewpoint on the North Rim of the Grand Canyon.
Landscape, nature and wildlife photographer Tevin Jones shares a photo that he took of the Superstition Mountains from Weaver’s Needle Vista Viewpoint in Apache Junction.