We decided to take a drive to Tombstone this past Saturday for no other reason than it was a nice day and we wanted to go exploring. Okay we did just get a new walk around camera and we also wanted to take it out as well. We've had a Canon G-9 point-n-shoot for over a year enjoying the ease of use that makes it a fun camera to have along; we took this to Alaska last year shooting most of the blog images and all the video you've seen here. We decided a couple months ago that we should have two P&S cameras so we both could have one; by the time we got around to getting one the G-9 grew up a little to a G10. So with that little bit of history out of the way here's some images that we took on our day exploring the southern portion of our home state.
We found these windmills just north of Sonoita
These are two panoramas we tried 1st is the G10 the 2nd is the G9
We stopped for an all too short period at Las Cienegas National Conservation Area which is just off Rt 82 a little east of Sonoita AZ. It was late in the afternoon when we turned onto the dirt road, we were a little tired, hot, and hungry at least that's our excuse; however we both feel this area reminds us of the Serengeti (minus the really cool trees and large man-eating animals) maybe it's the combination of the rolling hills and color of the grass. Either way we've both decided we need to return here to do some serious landscape work.
After cropping some of the sky
Changing it to a watercolor effect
Here's Don thinking of what to do next
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Sandy & Don