Lots to do and see in Prescott. My equipment: Canon EOS R, Canon 24-240mm lens and, for Forest Villas interior shots, the Tamron 15-30mm lens and Manfrotto tripod.
Downtown Prescott's focus is the lovely Yavapai courthouse. Around that area are plenty of places to shop and eat.
Not far away is Watson Lake.
... and a sample of wildflowers there!
Forest Villas has beautiful interiors, so I took shots on a Manfrotto tripod with a Tamron 15-30mm lens, all high dynamic range (three photos combined into one) post edited with Lightroom and Luminar 4.
They had a lovely white piano on the main floor, too.
Outside of Prescott was Granite Creek Vineyards. Time to get a bottle of wine! Here's a peek at their vineyard.
And a close up of the grapes!
And a visit to the Heritage Park Zoo!
Downtown, the Hassyampa Inn has beautiful interiors filled with antiques!
The Inn has the oldest elevator in Arizona, too. It's a "fun" ride, folks.
Oh yes, the Verde Canyon Railroad... a three hour trip through the Verde Valley! Go first class... they have a bar on board and a snack tray.
The Sharlot Hall Museum downtown is a must visit. You will learn much about early Arizona. Prescott was the territorial capital too. I took this shot in a nearly dark room, by the way.
Finally, a last visit downtown... Salvatore the "Grumpy Sicilian" makes the best pizza in town. He's on Whiskey Row, across from the county courthouse. Tell him I sent you.
And a downtown protest. One group had a beef with the local animal pound; the other group was protesting the Wuhan Virus lockdown in Arizona.
Until My Next Adventure,
See you on down the road,
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