ANTEPLOPE SLOT CANYON

Trip Start Feb 19, 2009
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Trip End Mar 05, 2009


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Friday, February 27, 2009

Thursday Feb. 26, 2009


ANTELOPE CANYON


The photos I've seen of Antelope Slot Canyon have always fascinated me, except I had no idea where they were taken. The pictures never revealed the secret. But once you see one of these glowing photographs, you easily recognize what a special place it is. It's taken me years to figure out where that place is. It seems to be some kind of closely guarded secret of an elite group of serious photographers. Today I joined that special club and had the privilege to take pictures at the most amazing place on earth, Antelope Canyon in Page Arizona.

I stumbled into a store front with a sign that simply read "Antelope Slot Canyon Tours". I was still unsure if I was on the right track, to find the site of these amazing photos. Then there on the wall and playing on the TV were the glowing images I'd been in search of for 20 years.

I was happy to plunk down my credit card for the $50 photographer's tour leaving the next morning. The minute I meet Milo I knew it was going to be a special experience. He is a fanatic photographer and an inspiring human being who just happens to be a Navajo Indian. His flute's notes floated through the canyon and made what was a magical experience even more amazing.

You really don't need any special equipment to get amazing photographs but if you have that special equipment this is the place to use it to its fullest potential. Time exposures bring another dimension to the photos and the amazing colors.

The shafts of light reach all the way to the canyon floor in the summer, but anytime is a good time to see this amazing wonder of the world.

Chief Tsosie awaits your call. 928-645-5594.

If you are interested in owning any of these fabulous pictures contact me at scatteredfrost@hotmail.com. These photos will also be featured in an upcoming inspirational book.
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Natural Beauty
These photos you took from the sacred Navaho site are breath taking. I could spend years writing stories and poems from the beauty of the rock formations. The layers of years and centuries speak to all of us. Thanks for sharing.

Helen Downey (HCTD)

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