World Famous Antelope Canyon!

Antelope Canyon, located in Page, Arizona, is easily the most famous slot canyon in the US! A slot canyon is a small/ tiny canyon that is formed when water finds it’s way into a crack of bedrock (mostly in desert areas). Over thousands of years with low rainfall, sand storms, extreme heat conditions, slot canyons are formed. Antelope Canyon is divided into two sections, Upper and Lower. Upper is the more popular section because its shorter in length and easier to navigate. The canyon is located on Navajo land and is only accessible by booking a tour. I went twice, 2013 and 2014, toured the Upper section and had a blast both times! I would love to go back sometime in the near future and visit both sections (bucket list).

I was scrolling through my folders of work recently and this folder of Antelope Canyon stuck out the most. Since I haven’t made a blog post in awhile, I figured this would be perfect! The images were taken either 2013 or 2014 but are newly edited. *The last three black & white images are the views looking up. First of those three images looks like an heart, the second looks like Monument Valley, and the third I thought just looks great.

Thank you all so much for reading this article and appreciating my work! Feel free to share the article and enjoy the images below! 🙂

*PS: If you plan to visit Antelope Canyon, make extra time on your schedule to also see Horseshoe Bend. It’s a marvel as well!

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