The Dragoons

The Dragoon Mountains on a late summer evening - Coronado National Forest, Cochise County, Arizona

 

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  • Joyce in the CactusPatch 3y

    Simply divine! Sure is green from the monsoons.
  • Kim Reubins 3y

    I read your title as Dragons instead of Dragoons, and was just thinking how they looked more like a dinosaur than a dragon! But I read it wrong, so you can ignore all that, but a nice shot anyway! And yes,......I AM a bit daft! Heehee!!!
  • Stormin Norm 3y

    and green!
  • Julia Sumangil 3y

    Spectacular landscape shot, Paul!
  • Buck--Fever 3y

    Beautiful Southern Arizona Scenery.
  • 89AKurt 3y

    Nice shot!
  • Glenn Anderson 3y

    Beautiful scene. Those are some rugged looking rocks.
  • Ivory | Gold 3y

    This photo took my BREATH away

    BREATHTAKING
    "collect 5 Green Breathtaking Awards to get a Gold Award"
  • • • • • • • • • • • • • 3y

    Excellent!

    =]
  • Steve Flowers 3y

    Ok Paul you really knocked this one out of the park. I dig all your photography, but this one really stands out to my eye. Nice stuff man!!!
  • Joan 3y

    This photo took my BREATH away

    BREATHTAKING
    "collect 5 Green Breathtaking Awards to get a Gold Award"
  • BoblyP 3y

    Now that is truly an amazing landscape - beautifully photographed
  • azhiker_grrl 3y

    i love the afternoon light on sheepshead.
  • ScenicSW 3y

    Wow, Paul!
    Beautiful capture. Exceptional detail ...
  • Chris 1y

    Nice shot. I was using it to compare to this old Frasher's Foto postcard I have
    UNKNWNBX_POSTCARD_0003 : Sheeps Head - Dragoon Mts. North of Town, Tombstone, Arizona by CHAIN12
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Taken on September 12, 2012
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