Weekend Exploring Arizona

I am not much for words, so I am going to keep the text aspect of this blog pretty short. But hey, I just went to Arizona this past weekend for a quick adventure. Thanks to some old friends who now live out there, I was able to do so for really cheap and could see a lot in a very little amount of time. 

*all images (c) Jared Nanasy

Day One: Airplanes, Beer, and Pool

So the trip was pretty rad, landed in Phoenix about 3:30 on Friday and chilled out the first day, had a few beers by the pool and got settled in. The adventure was really going to start on Saturday. However, I did get this cool shot of a palm tree.

Day Two: Living Out of a Bus and Sunset Shoot at Superstition Mountains

On Saturday the adventure really started. Woke up and had some coffee and a killer breakfast to get the day started. We then drove a bit up north to visit some friends who work at a place where you can rent ATV's and shoot military grade guns. Pretty badass, unfortunately they didn't have any spots open for us to partake, but it would have been awesome. However, we did get to take a look at the bus the guy is fixing up. He's going to pretty much live in it and just drive around and live his life. Then got back to the house, dipped in the pool to cool off from the 105 degrees, then went out to Superstition Mountains to take some sunset photos. The rest of the night was pretty chill and just relaxed a bit. Take a look at my favorites from day two below.

Day Three: Flagstaff, Hwy 89, and Sedona

This day was a blast! We did so much and got started early. Drove all the way up to Flagstaff in northern Arizona and then took Hwy 89 (which is a destination within itself) down to Sedona stopping at awesome locations along the way. I don't even want to talk anymore about this day, I just want the images to speak for themselves.

Also, prints are available on all of the images you see in this post (except ones with people in them). If you are interested, visit this page on my website. 

Thank you for taking the time to look read through this post and enjoy the photos with me! I would love to have you join me on my journey by connecting with me on social media!


Jared Nanasy