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A Touch Of Beauty
Photo By Stephen Hall

  • Title: A Touch Of Beauty
  • State/Province/Region: Arizona
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: Phoenix
  • Nearest Town: Scottsdale
  • Brief Directions: From Scottsdale take East McDowell 3 miles to Galvin Parkway. Turn left on Galvin and travel 1 mile to the entrance of PDBG.
  • Notes: The morning and evening are the best times to visit PDBG.
  • Best Season: Spring
  • Description: Right in the middle of Phoenix's Papago City Park is a Sonoran desert paradise. Called Phoenix Desert Botanical Gardens, it has one of the best collections of desert flora in the US. In the Spring PDBGs comes alive with numerous flowers providing an infinite number of photographic opportunities.
  • Gear: Tripod, Wide Angle Lens, Polarizer, Hat and Sunscreen
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    Posted on Wednesday 17 December, 2014 by Alena Nicholas.

    Beautiful Image! The colors and "feel" are wonderful!

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    Re: Evening Arch

    Posted on Monday 15 December, 2014 by Alena Nicholas.

    Very nice set of "Arches" Stephen. Wasn't sure, but thought someone said one of the famous landmarks fell? Really enjoyed the "Double Windows" when there!

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    Posted on Saturday 13 December, 2014 by Kris Walkowski.

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  • Re: Moose With Deer-like Antlers

    Re: Moose With Deer-like Antlers

    Posted on Saturday 13 December, 2014 by Matt Berglund.

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    Re: Feeding Time

    Posted on Saturday 13 December, 2014 by Alena Nicholas.

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