A look at the actual structure of Talesin West. Wright did a wonderful job of integrating the natural landscape into his buildings. If you're ever in the Phoenix area, it's definitely worth it to take one of the tours of this architectural gem. Photo taken in February 2013. For more red, take a look at Ruby Tuesday.
While on the tour of Talesin West, our guide explained that Frank Llyod Wright's architectural vision was for what was manmade to harmonize with its natural surroundings. Wright loved to used stones and boulders he found in the desert as part of his work such as this one with ancient Native American drawings on it. Photo taken in February 2012. For more murals, take a look at Monday Murals.
I found these beautiful blooms at the Frank Llyod Wright Institute in Phoenix - Taliesin West. I had a wonderful time touring the property - and I'll have more shots for you later this week! Until then, catch more red on Ruby Tuesday. Photo taken in February 2013.
There is a part of town in Phoenix that is covered with Mexican-themed murals. I spent a little time shooting there during my recent trip to Arizona. I really liked this mural especially, maybe it's the girlie-morbidism that I find appealing or perhaps it's the color. For more murals, take a look at Monday Murals. Photo taken in February 2013.