Sculptures at Hillside in Sedona w/LINKY

When we were in Sedona, we were on the hunt for a restaurant the first night and found this little shopping center.  There were cool statues all over.  Unfortunately, while we were in Sedona, they had several rain storms.  I guess we were the lucky ones that got to be there during a monsoon.  Luckily, we got lucky the following day when we had a tour planned and did NOT get rained on.





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12 comments:

  1. I enjoyed the photos it's not good getting caught in the storms the day before though :-(

    Have a wetlesstastic week :-)

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    1. Ehhh, we survived! ;) Sedona is really a place where we should have planned on spending more time anyway. Guess we'll have to try another time for all the hiking I wanted to do. Thanks for stopping by!

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  2. Lovely sculptures - I love sculpture gardens

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    1. They were lovely. Thank you for stopping by Lydia. :)

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  3. What a fun place to find, nifty sculptures and pools. It looks very relaxing!

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    1. It was relaxing! Thanks for stopping by Karren!

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  4. Photographing statues is fun. There aren't too many places in town where I can do this, so when I happen up those bigger than life realistic artworks then I like to capture the image. This looks like a cool place to visit. I especially like the pond(s) with the little boy fishing and his pup and the little boy holding a big ole frog. :) Thanks for sharing and for linking with me. I'm following you on Twitter and just joined your email subscription. Have a blessed day!

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    1. The pond sculptures were particularly cute! Thank you for stopping by and for the follows. Hope you have a great week!

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  5. What a beautiful sculpture garden. Lovely. Thanks for hosting and have a wonderful weekend.

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  6. Some lovely sculptures here :) Lovely photos. Thanks for linking up.

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    1. Thank you, Clairjustine for the hop & thanks for stopping by mine!

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