Arizona Turns 100

Saturday, 11 February 2012

Discover Kuriositas
Arizona achieved statehood on February 14, 1912. To help celebrate this centenary we present you with a selection of outstanding photographs of the 48th State of the Union. From the desert climate in its southern half, with its very hot summers and mild winters to its northern half of pine and plateau there is always something to astonish in Arizona. Be dazzled.

A long, straight stretch of US Route 66 between Peach Springs and Seligman  Image Caveman Chuck Cocker
The eerie beauty of Antelope Canyon - Image James Marvin Phelps
Beaver Falls, Grand Canyon - Image Al_HikesAZ
Gila Reservation, Montezuma Mountains - Image Kevin Dooley
Deer Creek - Image Al_HikesAZ
Blue Ridge Reservoir, Coconino National Forest - Image Kevin Dooley
Grand Canyon Skywalk - Image Michael McDonough
Havasu Creek - Image Al_HikesAZ
San Francisco Peaks from Kendrick Mountain Fire Lookout Tower - Image Al_HikesAZ
Coffee Pot Rock, Sedona - Image Al_HikesAZ
Havasupai Indian Reservation - Image mutbka
Horseshoe Bend, Colorado River - Image James Marvin Phelps
Crested Saguaro, Phoenix - Image Al_HikesAZ
The Badlands along the Blue Mesa Trail in Petrified Forest National Park near Holbrook - Image bdinphoenix
Wupatki National Monument, off old Route 66 - Image Cobalt123
Pumpkin Spring - Image Al_HikesAZ
Mount Humphreys, the highest summuit in Arizona - Image Al_HikesAZ
Superstition Mountains - Image Shawndm
Horton Spring, Payson - Image Al_HikesAZ
Storm in Monument Valley - Image Wili Hybrid
Black River, White Mountains - Image Al_HikesAZ
Picacho Peak - Image Kevin Dooley
LaBarge Creek from Boulder Canyon Trail - Image Al_HikesAZ
Aspen, North Rim - Image tibchris
Tucson Sunset - Image Cobolt123
Beaver Falls - Image Al_HikesAZ
Aravaipa Canyon - Image Al_HikesAZ
Merrick Butte, Monument Valley - Image Merlune


First Image - Credit Flickr User

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