An Epic Road Trip | Sedona, AZ

Arizona Road Trip 2015 | Organ Pipe Cactus Road

A few days ago I returned from an awesome adventure

I drove from San Diego, stopped for a night in Ajo, AZ to check out the Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument, and then up to Sedona for a week of camping (RV style) with my parents and their best friends. It wasn’t exclusively a “photography” trip, but I made sure to squeeze in some quality time with my camera.

I have over 1000 photos to sort through (not including those I took with my iPhone). Yes, thats a lot. I nearly filled TWO 16GB cards!! YIKES! I’ve spent my free time over the past few days sorting through and processing my favorites. While I can’t say I’m finished, I can’t wait to share a few of my favorites with you!

Part of me, the super organized left-brain side, says I should recount my trip in chronological order…but my right-brain says to hell with order, get your favorites out there! Guess which one I’m going with?

Desert Sunset

My second evening in Sedona my mom and I made sure to get to a lookout point (along with a couple hundred other tourists) to capture the sunset. For those who are wondering, we went up to the lookout by the airport. Its a spectacular view! Luckily most of the folks took off once the sun set…amateurs! Those of us who stuck around got to see the real show after the sun goes to bed.





I have MANY more photos to share, and I hope to get them posted over the next week or two. In the meantime, if you’d like to see a few of my iPhone snaps from my trip, check out my Instagram feed (@angandrieux).

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