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The Bradshaw Gallery features vintage images of Sedona in the 40's and 50's, Monument Valley, old movie images, and modern shots as well. This collection was created by Bob Bradshaw, one of Sedona's first photographers, and one of the first in Sedona to work with the movie industry that kept the town busy in the 40's and 50's. This spring we will be coming out with 500 new images that will be posted in the next few months.
 
Bob Bradshaw worked on most of the movies filmed here, and started Sedona's first tour company. One of Bob's "Movie Trails" was eventually turned into the Broken Arrow Trail. Come and check out his unique photo collection, which has grown over the years, and now features images taken by his son, John Bradshaw, as well.
 
Orders placed on this site will be printed by Sedona Photo Express, conveniently located at the roundabout at the intersection of 89a and 179 near Uptown Sedona. Sedona Photo Express also has a great collection of matted images from this collection-currently on sale for up to 75% off.

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