Sandfall in Antelope Canyon


Michael Stephen Wills

Sandfall in Antelope Canyon
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Sandfall in Antelope Canyon
50% of my profits from sales of this photograph on ImageKind will be contributed to the fight against Cancer. You see here the red rock of the northwestern corner of the Navajo Nation, pulverized into sand by the action of wind, water, sun and cold, flowing here over a water-shaped bench, having blown into the darkness of a narrow canyon, called a slot. I waited in the dry darkness of upper Antelope Canyon for the perfect moment to capture the spirit of the place.
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KevinDMonaghan ::
April 16, 2008
Intreaguing and beautiful work!

mitsuko-k ::
April 16, 2008
Very Beautiful! I love it!

miir ::
April 22, 2008
great place, and great shot. looks like the canyon floor was much higher when you were there, it was about 6 feet low when i was there and this ledge was above my head

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