Wintertime in Arizona amazes me at times with its beautiful skies. Not just the intense blues, but the gorgeous sunsets (and quite possibly sunrises, but I don’t seem to arise early enough to see them!).
Yesterday we traveled to Bisbee and back, just enjoying the lovely skies and the fringes of snow on the higher elevation mountains. The sunshine of the last couple of days has caused the snowline to recede up to around 9000 feet in some areas, although in this first picture it appears to be more likely around 6000 – 7000 feet.
By the time we got to the Lavender Pit Copper Mine in Bisbee, the sun was behind the mountains, casting too much shadow for good picture taking. I did manage to get one nice shot of the pit:
And then there was yet again another gorgeous sunset, complete with wispy clouds and pastel colors!
Here is the picture that I am sharing … 365 – 003
I may have to add this last one to my revolving title banner!