In June 2010 my travels returned me to Page, Arizona for the second time in as many years.  The previous year I had toured at a friend’s suggestion the Upper Antelope Canyon.  It was very interesting, but was a guided tour and left me a little frustrated as I was unable to take pictures of the famous slot canyon as too many other tourists were inside and didn’t realize that you shouldn’t use a flash for such photography. On my second time through, still wanting to try my hand at this iconic location, I ventured further down the road to Lower Antelope Canyon.

My intent was to focus on more specific areas of the sculpted sandstone walls.  I wanted to create a series of four photos which I could frame and use as a series on my wall, so when I was invited to submit a series to Let’s Be Wild, I knew I had just the thing as I had similar intents of creation when I ventured into the cool shade of the narrow slot canyon two years ago.

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8 Responses

  1. Brian Wolf, Exvana Community Manager

    Great photos of some great hiking areas. Thanks

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  2. John Owen

    Wow! There is a balance between looking at the pictures and seeing the wonder of the rock and its life, and the framework and angle of the photography. Brilliant work Daniel!

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  3. Fabrício

    Very beautiful these photos Daniel were the most beautiful I’ve seen the Antelope Canyon. I would make a frame with these photos, how do I contact you?

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  4. Antelope Canyon Photography

    Great pics! The monochromatic colour of the Slot Canyons gave the needed emphasis for the ray of light to be a strong focal point for this fine art shot. The dramatic blend of proper lighting and subdued colours made this image a dramatic one.

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