Here are some autumn photos from Picture Canyon in Flagstaff. Picture Canyon Natural and Cultural Preserve is sanctuary that has an agreement with the Wildcat Hill Wastewater Treatment plant, which gives the preserve a water source all year long. These Northern Sinagua petroglyphs I saw while walking along the Tom Moody trail.
While walking around I noticed that the leaves of the Quaking Aspens were turning color. Generally, they seem to change to yellow, but some of those I saw were going orange and red. It got me curious and I found this explanation from the USDA Rocky Mountain Region: “In some trees, as the sugar concentration… Read More AUTUMN ASPEN
The Colorado Plateau (also called the Colorado Plateau Province) is an area of uplifted land, a distinct physical geography and desert region of the Intermontane Plateaus. The Colorado Plateau covers about 140,000 miles of the four corners region in the southwest of the United States. Here is the timeline of The Plateau development: The basement… Read More COLORADO PLATEAU