Head to 3939 Usery Pass Rd., Mesa, AZ 85207 and witness the magic up-close. One of the most famous wildflower destinations, Picacho Peak has trails ranging in length from 0.2 to 3.1 miles. A sea of poppies extends endlessly into the distance, offering mesmerizing views everywhere you look.
Unless you are looking for fall photos, late spring early summer is our favorite given timing. Plus, if you want to get in at the end of the summer or early fall… I would call a year in advance, not the week of. Senior photographers don’t sleep much during the summer months, so for the love… a little notice is ideal.
Light from the blue-violet end of the spectrum is much more likely to bounce off an air molecule than is light from the red-orange end. As a result, most reddish light travels through the atmosphere more or less unimpeded, but enough bluish light is scattered into our eyes to make the sky appear blue.
Dobbins Lookout is one of the best views over Phoenix, especially at sunset, and it’s incredibly easy to get to. Located on Summit Road in South Mountain Park, you can drive here at any time.
Overall the driving is easy. Freeways have good signage and are well constructed. All do them at smooth topped with sound proofing. I travel a lot and drive in many cities in the US.
This 35-mile Arizona Highway 366 travels up one of Arizona’s famous sky islands—Mount Graham in the Coronado National Forest’s Pinaleño Mountains. Rising more than 7,000 feet in elevation, this upward trip is the ecological equivalent of driving from Mexico to Canada.
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