Friday, May 01, 2015

Antelope Canyon Lower Slot

One of my bucket list items has been to get to the famed Horseshoe Bend area of the Grand Canyon.  This amazing spot allows you to look over a 1,000 foot cliff and photograph a great view of the river.  The image here was shot just as the sun rose over the horizon and began to hit the rocks around 6:30am.

The other amazing area in northern AZ are the slot canyons in the Antelope Canyon Park area.  Located on Navajo land this restricted area is a great adventure where you hike down a twisted canyon worn by thousands of years of water erosion to a depth of around 100’ below the surface.  The slot is accessible only through paid guided tours.  There are a series of ladders and drops which take you along the water’s natural path.  Probably not for folks who are claustrophobic but an awesome experience.  Images shot with the Fujifilm X-T1 and the XF10-24 and XF16-55.

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