Home

Spokane
Riverfront Park
Clock Tower
Duncan Garden
Winter in the Park
Spokane Falls
Japanese Garden
Looff Carousel
Manito Pond
Other Spokane
More Spokane

Utah
Arizona
Sedona
Monument Valley
Yosemite
Montana
Other Landscapes
Santa Fe
San Francisco
San Antonio Missions
Olympic Peninsula
Waterfalls
Oregon Coast
Indiana

Northwest
Palouse
Lighthouses
Flowers
Potpourri
Note Cards
Ordering
About




























Sedona
From my first trip to Sedona as an adult, in the early 70's, I fell in love with this amazing red rock country. The beauty was like nothing I'd seen before, or since. Back then, it was farily untouched by human developement. Today, it's much different, with numerous traffic lights and ever-expanding developement. Despite that, it's still a magical place. Even though I live far away,  I find a way to get my Sedona fix, each time I return to Phoenix to see my family. 
Cathedral At Oak Creek
Cathedral at Oak Creek
Storm Approaching Schnebly
Storm Approaching Schnebly
Cathedral Reflection
Cathedral Reflection
Crescent Over Cathedral
Crescent Over Cathedral
Bell Rock - First Light
Bell Rock - First Light
Chapel of The Holy Cross
Chapel of The Holy Cross
Moon Over The Chapel
Moon Over The Chapel
Spirit Of The Church
Spirit of the Church
Sedona Reflection
Sedona Reflections
Chapel of The Holy Cross 4
Chapel of the Holy Cross 4
Chapel of The Holy Cross

Schnebly Morning
e-mail: pat@patschilling.com

Unless otherwise noted, Pat Schilling owns exclusive copyright to all photographic images on patschilling.com. ANY use is prohibited, unless explicitly granted by Pat Schilling. 









































































Cathedral at Oak Creek
Cathedral at Oak Creek
#AZ-104

The oft photographed Cathedral Rock in Sedona, Az. Here, I was standing IN Oak Creek, near Red Rock Crossing



































Storm Approaching Schnebly
Storm Approaching Schnebly
#AZ-105
On a morning drive up Schnebly Hill Road, attempting to reach the top before the storm consumed Sedona,
I stopped halfway up to shoot, knowing I was fighting a losing battle.






































Cathedral Reflection
Cathedral Reflection
#AZ-103
Another glorious early Spring afternoon at Red Rock Crossing in Sedona, Az, standing in awe of Cathedral Rock.






































Crescent Over Cathedral
Crescent Over Cathedral
#AZ-106
The distinctive silhouette of Cathedral Rock provides the perfect foreground for a rising crescent moon.




































Bell Rock - First Light
Bell Rock - First Light
#AZ-107
One of the first major monoliths one sees approaching  Sedona from the South.
This was taken as soon as sun light completely illuminated the face.







































Chapel of the Holy Cross
Chapel of The Holy Cross
#AZ-108
A magnificent man-made structure that greets you as you enter Sedona.





































Moon Over the Chapel
Moon Over The Chapel
#AZ-109
After viewing this church for years, I finally discovered it was illuminated by night.
And imagine that, on the same night, a moon to compliment my view!







































Spirit of the Church
Spirit Of The Church
#AZ-101
From my first visit to Sedona in the early 70's, until leaving Arizona in 1980, I would see this sand sculpture gracing the roadside just outside of Sedona, traveling Hwy 89A to Flagstaff. I created this in-camera double exposure, with the Chapel of the Holy Cross, in the Spring of 1978. I understand that as the years ensued, vandalism took it's toll on the sculpture, to the point where it was removed. This sculpture was created by Ted Conibear. He was actually quite prolific at creating these sand  sculptures. He died in 1994,  and unfortunately, it appears, none of his art remains. To read more about this sand artist, please view my page on Ted Conibear.






































Sedona Reflection
Sedona Reflections
# AZ-117
An early morning drive down Schnebly Hill Road finds amazing sights in the quickly changing light. Sometimes the creek that follows the road is flowing well, other times spotty. But even in low flow times, a reflection or two can sometimes be found.






































Chapel of the Holy Cross 4
Chapel Of The Holy Cross #4
# AZ-120






































Schnebly Morning
Schnebly Morning
# AZ-118