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Here Are 10 Stunning Arizona Sunsets Photos That Will Leave You in Awe

People often think of the beach or the ocean when they think of watching beautiful sunsets, but did you know that you can find some of the most beautiful sunsets in the United States in Arizona? Check it out!

#1 Arizona might not be that close to the ocean, but it doesn’t mean there aren’t palm trees!

Flickr User mg5v

Flickr User mg5v

Can you say paradise?

 #2 Is this seriously not the most beautiful sky you’ve ever seen in your life?

Flickr User Stacy Egan

Flickr User Stacy Egan

So fluffy. So fiery.

#3 Not all of the sunsets are bright orange, though.

Flickr User Bob Bahnson

Flickr User Bob Bahnson

Some of them are pastel!

#4 Did you know that Arizona isn’t all desert? There are awesome mountains too!

Flickr User Tom Janca

Flickr User Tom Janca

If you get lucky, you can watch the sun set over some of them.

#5 Even if you aren’t surrounded by nature, these sunsets make everything more beautiful.

Flickr User Bill Stroup

Flickr User Bill Stroup

See above: prettiest picture of streetlights ever taken.

#6 But sometimes, all you can see is miles of colorful sky.

Flickr User Matilda Ren

Flickr User Matilda Ren

And that’s pretty cool too.

#7 Maybe, if you’re driving home from work at the right time, you can catch an Arizona sunset on your commute.

Flickr User John Sanchez

Flickr User John Sanchez

It’s like watching art in motion. Just don’t forget to watch the road too!

#8 Every day there is a new masterpiece.

Flickr User mvcornelius

Flickr User mvcornelius

If you live in Arizona, your cameras are probably filled with pictures of gorgeous sunsets.

#9 Whether you live in Arizona, or you’re only visiting, the sunsets never get old.

Flickr User Tipocharsky 2012

Flickr User Tipocharsky 2012

Who could get tired of such breathtaking beauty?

#10 It’s a perfect time to sit back, relax, and enjoy nature at it’s best.

Flickr User alexphoto.exe

Flickr User alexphoto.exe

Ahhhh. Only in Arizona.

Cheyenne Reed

Cheyenne Reed was born and raised in Ohio. She recently relocated to rural Wyoming to try out working at an exclusive guest ranch. She graduated from Kent State University with an English degree, and most enjoys writing about travel. If she has free time, you may run into her anywhere, because she is always itching to explore new places. Her personal motto is, "Any day can be an adventure if you make it one!"

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