The best place in Sedona to see the sunset, I discovered is in the faces of the people watching.
I turned around and was dazzled by displays of pastel skies, affections, amazement and stunning beauty.
Some stop halfway up Airport Road where the road curves. I think I might have taken this photo from there.
The dry climate makes for unique plant life and tree like creations with woody stems and tough leaves.
Cacti against the red ground show up beautifully with their thick, fleshy bodies well fed and watered from where I don't know.
Late September through October is a good time to visit Sedona and see even more colors. Leaves change and fall and the air seems crisp. To me it seems like the landscape is in sharper focus. Everything is beautiful to look at.