In the shifting sands outside of Page, Arizona lies a red sandstone
plateau with a jagged vertical opening only several meters wide. That
opening becomes the beautiful slot canyon known as Antelope Canyon. It is one of the most photogenic slot canyons
in the world. The smooth swept
walls of striated sandstone catches sunlight from above and reflects it
again and again until it reaches the bottom of the canyon where only
a red glow remains for the eye to see. These are photos of Antelope Canyon, just outside of Page, Arizona.
These pictures were taken when I still used
film. Exposures used for these photos, using ASA100 film, ranged from about 30 seconds
to more than a minute. Antelope Canyon lies on land
owned by the Navajo Nation and tours are allowed by escort only.
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