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  • […] Ruins of the Arizona Verde Valley – Renée M. Besta takes us on a fascinating and wonderful journey, exploring the deep Arizona deserts.  The Tuzigoot ruins are photographed and researched bringing the history and wonder of the iconic place to life. […]

    April 05, 2012
    • Thanks kindly for the mention and link from your website. I very much appreciate it!

      April 09, 2012
  • Beautiful shots! Very detailed and vivid! Nice work.

    April 05, 2012
    • Thanks so much, Adam, for viewing my work and reading my blog posts. Much appreciated. And thanks for your kind words.

      April 09, 2012
  • Wow, what a great series, Renée! I love the deep research you’ve shared here, it really adds so much depth to these great photographs! Looking forward to seeing more of this series! 🙂

    April 02, 2012
    • Thanks so much for stopping by and leaving your comments, Toad. As always, they (and you) are much appreciated. You are a wonderful photographer and friend!

      April 09, 2012
  • Thanks so much, Barbara, for your kind comments and for visiting our photo studio at Studios on the Park here in Paso Robles. Yes, I was fortunate the day I visited Tuzigoot to be caught up in a big storm. The cloud formations were amazing that day. It was a mystical experience for sure. I love Arizona!

    March 29, 2012
  • These photographs are superb. I can’t decide which I like best — “The Approaching Storm” or “Desert Crossroads in Storm.” The sky is spectacular in all the photographs.

    March 29, 2012

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