The colors of the lights with the silhouette of the agaves and the Frank Lloyd Wright angles and perspectives combined for what I thought was a magical photo. I took many photos but none were as great as this very last one I took.
The spire was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in the 1950s for a state capitol complex at Papago Park that did not materialize. The plans sat in a drawer until the spire was built in 2004. It has teal and blue translucent panels and cost approximately one million dollars to build. The spire is approximately 125 feet high and weighs about 40 tons.
I will take you on a tour of Frank Lloyd Wright's Taliesin West during the next couple of weeks. He referred to Taliesin West as his Desert Camp and it is spectacular.