Miranda and Quinton: Flagstaff Arizona Portrait Wildflower Photography
Flagstaff Arizona Portrait Wildflower Photography: Miranda and Quinton’s Summer Session.
I fell in love with the natural world first, and photography second. These two kindred, creative spirits had the same amazing outlook. Quinton contacted me a few days before Miranda’s birthday. This bright young couple was planning a trip to Flagstaff to enjoy some time off during the summer. They are both in school in Nevada. He asked that I take them to the most photogenic place I knew. I was thrilled! Summer is my favorite season as a photographer. I love the lush groves of fern and aspen; the mountain meadows; and the amazing sunsets.
I told Quinton I knew the best place to watch the sunset in Arizona. At first, he thought I was over-selling the location. When they arrived, he knew that I had not been exaggerating. Hart Prairie has a special place in the hearts of those living in Northern Arizona. That night, it painted the landscape pink. I had a blast running through this gorgeous meadow with this awesome couple. We made some amazing memories.
About The Location:
Arizona Snowbowl is an alpine ski resort in the southwest United States, located on the San Francisco Peaks of northern Arizona, seven miles north of Flagstaff. The Snowbowl ski area covers approximately one percent of the San Francisco Peaks, and its slopes face west and northwest. Starting its skiing operations 80 years ago in 1938, the base elevation of Arizona Snowbowl is at 9,200 feet above sea level, and the resort receives an average annual snowfall of 260 inches. The lift-served summit at 11,500 feet is the largest in Arizona. The ski area is served by six chairlifts and two lodges.
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