To me, Saguaro NP is all about the namesake cactus and intimate landscape. I photographed the west section in late afternoon to past sunset. From about 4PM, the light was magical, imparting a warm glow to the west facing landscape and sharply defining the green saguaro against the reddish hillsides. The sunset was the best of the trip so far. The following morning, I photographed the east section of the park. Again, wonderful morning light. I particularly enjoyed the ravines and washes along the Rincon Mountains. I scrambled over lots of rocks to get to photo spots, and although early in the day, rattlesnakes were on my mind…no joy and no snake photos!