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I wanted to go here when we traveled this winter. Did you go alone? Did you have to hire a guide? Beautiful images!
Preciosas fotos, que sabia es la naturaleza.Saludos
Whoever is responsible for the amazing photos--job well done! Stunningly gorgeous.
Wow, Jason did a fantastic job!! I think I must go there!
I am the photographer in my family and this is one place that I need to go... Beautiful pictures!
I took the photos! Haha. I guess I outdid myself if you are wondering who the photographer was!The Navajos take an admission fee ($25 per person) and they walk with you. They are nice young guys and they don't rush. But my husband explained that he needed lots of time and didn't want a guide, so they agreed and we were on our own.
mYou were in my neighborhood! Isn't it breathtaking.....favorite memories of our boating trips to Lake Powell and the sandstone of this canyon you featured is so beautiful! Hope you enjoyed your visit!!!! Em
so beautiful ~ thanks so much for sharing these photos.
Very cool photos! I love the lines. I couldn't figure that first one out until I saw the second one you posted. Was it warm and could you sit on the rocks and wait until your husband was done taking pictures? Or do you have to worry about snakes and such?
I didn't even think of snakes! Luckily I didn't see any either. It was very comfortable, about 70 degrees. It was a real treat coming from CT where it's still pretty chilly. Karen
Beautiful! Thanks for sharing!
The photos are beautiful even it taking them slowed you down.
Very nice photo's! We stayed in Utah just outside of Zion Nat'l Park three winters ago and spent two weeks in Page, Az on our way back home to Mn that spring. BEAUTIFUL place. The weather was perfect for exploring while we were there. I could live there very easily if not for the HOT of the summer months! Thanks for showing the photo's. Makes me want to hop in the car and go back!
How amazing is this place....Christine
This is a nice place to linger and watch the changing sunlight change the colors and shapes of the canyons.Terrific pictures! These would be great framed hung as a foursome.
We visited last fall and loved Antelope Canyon. Our Navajo guide was a photography specialist and helped everyone get wonderful pictuers. We had a magical time.
Those caves are so neat and beautiful shades.Debbie
Oooh....I have always wanted to visit this place with my camera! Lovely...and thank you for sharing. First time I saw pictures of this place was by a photographer - Peter Lik....now seeing yours makes me want to plan a trip!!!
Fabulous pictures! So glad you are enjoying our beautiful State. FYI- Lower Antelope is in Arizona (near Page), but very close to the border of Utah.
I do know exactly what you mean when you said it takes so much longer when your husband is a photographer.......... Mine behaves in exactly the same way!By the way, your photos are wonderful. What an amazing place.
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