Antelope Canyon Love
Here is another photo from Upper Antelope Canyon. Page, Arizona was the first stop in our photo vacation. After shooting gorgeous light the previous night at Horseshoe Bend we came into Antelope Canyon at just the perfect time (about 10:30am) when the light was absolutely stunning. I know that Antelope Canyon is completely over-photographed but we had to capture our own images anyways.
In this photo the combination of light and rocks creates a heart. I can see why so many people fall in love with Antelope Canyon, and that's part of the reason why it's so dang busy. Trying to get time to setup the tripod, compose the photo, take the picture, and make sure it came out right is darn near impossible. Thanks to "Carol Bigfoot Adventures" for the wonderful photo-tour that we had. We spent 3 hours in the canyon (was only supposed to be 2 hours).
I'll prob. post a couple more Antelope Canyon photos before y'all get bored of em!
Nikon D700 w/Nikkor 17-35mm f/2.8 ED-IF AF-S:
30mm, f/11, 0.6 sec, ISO 200, Feisol Tripod
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