Posted on July 12, 2012 by Rio
The road to Sedona
Red Rock State Park
From Posse Park, Sedona
A view from a hilltop at one of my camps.
The coyotes visit at night. They yelp and carry on, then their leader talks to them keeping a rhythm, a definite cadence that changes at times. And they leave.
Rock Compasss on hilltop, there is a red rock at each of the cardinal points. I don’t know who crafted it.
A City of Ants at the hilltop: The Entrance
Did you know? Some species of ants herd and keep aphids for their “milky secretions” just like humans do with cows, and some species farm mushrooms.
A closer look
More of Sedona
And Red Rock Park
From the road
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