• Arizona Highways Magazine

    Arizona Highways is for people who enjoy and are inspired by Arizona's unique outdoor experience, rich history, and diverse culture. Subscriber benefits include: no outside ads, a large, 9" x 12" format, uninterrupted editorial, real photographs--no computer enhancements, insightful features and amazing photographs by award-winning writers and photographers who feel the emotion of the landscape.

    • Brand: Arizona Highways
    • ASIN: B002PXVY8W

  • 100 Greatest Photographs to Ever Appear In Arizona Highways Magazine

    From Navajo families and a Mohave girl to the splendor of the Grand Canyon and the grasslands of Southern Arizona, the 100 images that appear in these pages are the best to have ever been published in Arizona Highways, as chosen by Photo Editor Jeff Kida and Editor Robert Stieve. As Stieve writes, In my mind, there was no golden era, just decades and decades of spectacular photography one great shot after another. This book celebrates those great shots, both old and new, and pays tribute to the men and women who made them.

    • ASIN: 0988787520

  • Arizona Highways Magazine

    For more than 90 years, Arizona Highways has delighted readers with award winning journalism and photography, reflecting Arizona's stature as one of the top vacation destinations around the globe. Every issue showcases the most amazing photography and valuable information you need to enjoy the unique and diverse travel destinations in and around the state.

    • ASIN: B01KINJE4Q

  • Arizona Highways Scenic Drives: 40 Of The State s Best Back Roads

    From a paved, two-lane road on the Kaibab Plateau to a winding dirt road in the Chiricahua Mountains, Arizona Highways Scenic Drives features 40 of the state s best back roads. The book, which includes Arizona Highways iconic photography and maps, is sorted by region and features drives for everyone the majority of the routes don t require four-wheel-drive.

    • ASIN: 0991622839

  • Navajoland: A Native Son Shares His Legacy (Arizona Highways Special Scenic Collection) (Arizona Highways Special Scenic Collections)

    Photographer-author LeRoy DeJolie describes and shows his homeland as not only a ruggedly beautiful territory in the Four Corners region of Arizona but also as a part of his heritage and culture. His photos and stories of the Navajo way of life are intertwined as surely as strands of a rope. The book is richly illustrated with full-color landscape photography and tells stories about the ancient ways and beliefs of the Navajo people. Noting that DeJolie focuses on a Holy Land, Tony Hillerman compares the Navajo Creation Story withte Bible's Book of Genesis.

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    • ASIN: 1932082425

  • Arizona Highways Magazine, September 1981 (John Ford in Monument Valley) (Vol. 57, No. 9)

    Articles include: John Ford, The Duke and Monument Valley. For 25 years Ford used the Valley to produce a unique filmatic vision of the once-wild West (photos of John Wayne filming The Searchers). . . .On Location in Red Rock Country. Where Hollywood went when it went looking for magnificent scenery to match its larger-than-life heroes. . . . Filmed in Arizona. From flickering one-reel oaters to lusty film classics, they all were shot on location somewhere in Arizona. . . . Old Tucson. Where countless cinema badmen died with their boots on is still very much alive and breathing in Southern Arizona. . . . Also, 4-page announcement of publication, The World of De Grazia, portfolio and biography by Harry Redl. Photos of artist Ted De Grazia in Tucson and some of his works.

    • ASIN: B000VE3CR8

  • Arizona Highways Magazine 1969 Bound (Volume 45)

    All 12 monthly issues from this year, bound together in attractive leatherette cover matching volumes from other years.

    • ASIN: B000QA77PU

  • Arizona Highways Magazine December 1980 (56)

    PUBLISHED BY ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION. THIS ISSUE: SEASONS GREETINGS THROUGH A CHILD'S EYES. FEATURING THE ART OF DE GARZIA; WINTER COMES TO THE GRAND CANYON.

    • ASIN: B004J12A8Q

  • Arizona Highways Magazine, July 1999 (John Ford, John Wayne, Monument Valley)

    In this issue: John Ford and Monument Valley. It was a place he called my lucky spot. And it was there that he directed Stagecoach, My Darling Clementine, Fort Apache, She Wore a Yellow Ribbon and The Searchers. These legendary Westerns took on lives of their own and made stars of such actors as John Wayne. 8 pages with many photos from movies and movie sets. Front cover: John Wayne and John Ford share a laugh with Cornelius Vanderbilt Whitney on the scene of The Searchers. Whitney, scion of two prominent American families, helped produce and finance the film. This photograph was altered to remove a cigarette from John Wayne's hand. Come To Williams This Summer. The train to Grand Canyon, a lush golf course, cowboy shoot-outs, and capucciono are changing the old town on Route 66 into the summertime place to be. The Arizona Trail. The border-to-border route can be as tough or as easy as you like. Desert: A Tale of Survival. Temperatures burned with scalding heat. Water supplies vanished. For our desert hiker, death seemed imminent. A true tale of confronting heat and delirium in Southern Arizona's badlands. Text by Bill Broyles, color photographs by Jack Dykinga. Tonto Natural Bridge. This waterfall cave amidst a fern grotto in Pine Creek Valley is a travertine wo...

    • ASIN: B002TE5MN0