Arizona Landscape Photography at Weavers Needle

If I had to pick one state in the United States that I would be more than happy to explore extensively, it would be Arizona. 

Arizona landscape photography is fascinating to me because it is so much different than what I'm used to shooting. I love to shoot waterfalls and rivers, but I have also fallen in love with shooting huge overlooks, barren deserts, and cacti.

Recently, I had the opportunity to do a hike to shoot Arizona landscape photography at Weavers Needle. 

The most fun part about it was that my wife decided to come with me. 

Now, let me preface this by saying that she isn't the most outdoorsy person. Also, I may or may not have left out the fact that the Weavers Needle hike has a lot of elevation gain... Minor details, right?

Anyways, in this video, I document our hike to Weavers Needle to shoot Arizona landscape photography, and how I planned my photo!

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