Luminarias at Globe's Besh Ba Gowah
Archaeological Park December 22, 2013

The annual Festival of Lights at the Besh-Ba-Gowah pueblo archaeological park in Globe, AZ, is Sunday, December 22, 2013 -- complete with hot cider, coffee and cookies, live music and photos with Santa.
Preview The Besh Luminarias on YouTube

Admission is free, and this event attracts talented photographers including Trish Gunther, who arrived early enough to capture dramatic clouds.
Photo by Trish Gunther

Besh-Ba-Gowah is just five minutes drive from downtown Globe, located at
150 Jess Hayes Road. Regular park admission is waived each year on the evening of the Besh Luminarias, but donations are welcomed! For more info about this event call organizers at
928-425-0320

As colors deepened with twilight Trish found an interesting perspective that other visitors missed. Photo by
Trish Gunther



Gilbert Photographer Bob Estrin caught a lovely range of twilight while he was there, and also a nice portrait of a young San Carlos Apache Tribe flute player Robert Wilson,
who performed near the bonfire.
Photo by
Bob Estrin




Photo by
Bob Estrin




Aaron Newman also
posted images of this event

Check out more of Aaron's Besh-Ba-Gowah gallery



Fountain Hills Photographer Susan Strom is better known for lightning photography than landscapes, but talented at both as you can see here. Click the link below to see her lightning work.
Photo by
Susan Strom


And wouldn't this make an unforgettable Christmas card for?

This was shared by professional photographer
Joanne West of Gold Canyon