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Welcome to Arizona!

Welcome to Arizona!

Arizona is the land of cowboys, denim, desert and dreams where you can still find some traces of the Wild West. Discover the stunning landscape by hiking among cactus, mountains, amazing sunsets in the desert, abandoned copper and gold mines and local breweries.

Let our guide to take you to Mt. Lemmon, Tucson, Windy Point Vista, Rose Canyon Lake, Saguaro National Park, Sabino Canyon, Catalina Mountains, Honanki Ruins, Sonora Desert Museum, Phoenix, Sedona and Jerome.



Find more than 50 beautiful photos, offline maps and tips for photographers from Jacquelyn Buck, American professional photographer living in Arizona.

Save offline map and all content to your device.

It’s very simple:

  1. Download FREE application Fripito in AppStore or GooglePlay
  2. Choose “Welcome to Arizona” guide
  3. Purchase it through AppStore or GooglePlay and download the guide to your device.

And what does the guide author, Jacquelyn Buck, say about herself?:

I am a: full-time, totally enamored Pro photographer {#dreamlife}, Foodie {#sotasty}, wine-lover {#drinkme}, travel junkie {#takemethere #morethanonce} + coffee addict {#wakemeup}.

I am a: philosophical, introspective dreamer and an energetic, outgoing, dynamic do-er.

I write {travelblog} when it moves me. I love to cook. I adore rooftop bars {#viewfromthetop} and look for one in every city I love, live and travel to. I am obsessed with quotes. Fresh flowers make me happy. But photography makes me smile. Sometimes in that shy, delighted, just meeting someone kind of way. Sometimes in that broad ear to ear grin kind of way. Still. And hopefully always. This is a world that I belong to that I embrace fearlessly, distinctively, with just a touch of sparkle and a little bit more than a little bit of sass.

I own a boutique portrait and wedding studio, and have for 9 years. Yes, I love and live to travel, and capture everything I can along the way. And yes, it is business {#hardwork}, but it’s primarily a love affair. A journey. A surprise around every corner. A connection with the unexpected. An opportunity to meet with people who share my drive. A chance to explore the sides of me that are vibrant, bold, colorful. An ever-shifting balance between what is unique and ordinary, simple and complex, real and imaginary. Photography is a challenge. And a delight. And it was a fork in my road, the path less traveled, but the one I’m glad I chose. This is my story. And the story continues because I don’t just do it. I teach it. To be inspired and to inspire, to seduce and be seduced. This is the heady thought that wakes me up every morning, that reminds me that today…today and every day… I get to do what I love. And pass that on to others.