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Antelope Slot Canyon

The Antelope slot canyon is located about 5 miles out of Page, Arizona. It is a Navajo Indian tribal park. The road to it is unpaved and only accessible via 4-wheel drive trucks. You have to have an Indian guide to accompany you there.

The canyon is formed by years of water erosion when the corolado river flooded. We went there at noon -- so that the sun light can shine through the top of the canyon to form beautiful and ever changing light beams. The problem with such an easy-to-access slot canyon is that there are too many people in the shallow canyon -- it is very hard to take good photographs!

Antelope Canyon - 01 * Ride the tour truck into the unpaved park * 3008 x 2000 * (1.31MB)
Antelope Canyon - 02 * Outside of the slot canyon
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Antelope Canyon - 03 * Beam of light!
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Antelope Canyon - 04 * Pouring down the light
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  Ride the tour truck into the unpaved park  
  Outside of the slot canyon  
  Beam of light!  
  Pouring down the light  
Antelope Canyon - 05 * 2000 x 3008 * (1.49MB)
Antelope Canyon - 06 * Formation
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Antelope Canyon - 07 * Let there be light!
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Antelope Canyon - 08 * The golden nest
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  Formation  
  Let there be light!  
  The golden nest  
Antelope Canyon - 09 * 2000 x 3008 * (1.54MB)
Antelope Canyon - 10 * 2000 x 3008 * (1.64MB)
Antelope Canyon - 11 * 2000 x 3008 * (1.43MB)
Antelope Canyon - 12 * Texture
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  Texture  
Antelope Canyon - 13 * Flowing sand
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Antelope Canyon - 14 * 2000 x 3008 * (1.63MB)
  Flowing sand  
   
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Ju Long and Michael Yuan, 2005