Lower Antelope Canyon near Page, Arizona is a mystical, narrow slot canyon formed over thousands of years by wind and seasonal flood waters.
Entering this twisted and narrow world feels so removed from the every-day and like a portal to another dimension void of structured form and the passage of time. The canyon is so narrow that in many places you are forced to turn to the side, duck, and climb to make your way through. At every turn waits another surprise with rocks curved and twisted in erosional patterns that I would not have previously thought possible. The narrowness of the canyon along with the erosional patterns seem to compound the effects of the reflected light entering the canyon creating spectacular tones and hues of color.
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