Flagstaff Part Six-Scenics
Landscape photography is not something I do very often. I’m always happy when I do, though, so I’m consciously trying to remember to do more. This post features some views I remembered to take!
One of my favorite photo outings in Flagstaff is driving the 40 mile Wupatki Loop. I typically start at the North end so I can catch all the ruins in early light. The first image below is an in-camera panorama taken with my Fuji X-E1.
Next is a shot of the Inner Basin switchback trail that’s accessed from Lockett Meadow. My favorite trail for fungi!
Wildflowers were few and far between. Aspen Corner and Humphrey’s Peak meadow had a good amount, though.
Every afternoon, you could get a spectacular view of storms moving in from the Humphrey’s Peak Parking lot.
That’s it from my July trip to Flagstaff. My next trip up is fast approaching!