Thursday, November 18, 2010

Boyce Thompson Arboretum, Arizona









I went to Boyce Thompson Arboretum Monday Nov. 15, for the first time in many years. I went with a friend Zak Saenz and we were hoping for a little Fall color to photograph. To our disappointment we were a couple of weeks early, so we decided to walk around and explore a little. There's a nice one and half mile walking path loop that is pretty cool. We ran into photographer Lindsey Johnson who likes to use the location for photographing couples. It's fun to talk about photography with new people in new places. Check out Zak and Lyndsey's links.

These are a few of the images I took while we were on our walk about. I knew there cliche but it's still fun to find things left behind by people.

3 comments:

Heidi Huber said...

I'm so going there next time I'm in AZ. Can't believe you went there without me.

Brad Armstrong said...

You're to funny Huber. Come in two weeks when the fall color is happening.

thomas boggan said...

Dude, I teach classes there, next one is Dec. 4. There are some pistachio trees there that turn really great red colors.

http://ag.arizona.edu/bta/whatsnew/fallfoliage.html

Hopefully there will still be some good color left for the class.