The heavy-heat on a late summer day in the Sonoran Desert at the famous western movie location, Old Tucson. These adobe structures were constructed by local native Americans employed by Columbia Pictures, for the 1939 movie "Arizona" staring William Holden and Jean Arthur. Since then it has been the host to hundreds of westerns, such as "Rio Bravo" with John Wayne and Paul Newman in "Hombre." The list is endless.
A late afternoon on a spring day in northern Arizona at Christopher Creek, Payson. The sanctuary and silence at this location brings on a most relaxed state of mind. This can be almost anywhere in the world.