Sedona got its name from a girl named Sedona Schnebly back in 1902. Her father built the first and only road connecting what would eventually become a city to the main highway. Today travelers can still make the same trek, though most of the way is unmaintained dirt and difficult to negotiate without a high clearance vehicle. This is a view of the mountain named in memory of those early settlers. It is one of the true hallmarks that define and overlook the city of Sedona, Arizona.
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CANVAS • High quality canvas • Stretched on artist wood stretcher-bar frame • Image Wrap • Archival, fade-resistant inks • Not moisture resistant (i.e. bathrooms)
METAL • Coated aluminum • Borderless, flush-mount black frame on larger sizes • Scratch resistant and water resistant • Archival colors • Simple. Modern. Vibrant.