Photo of the Day: Antelope Canyon, Navajo Nation, Arizona

Tsé bighánílíní. That’s the Navajo name for Antelope Canyon on the Navajo Indian Reservation outside Page, Arizona. The phrase means “the place where water runs through rocks” which is appropriate since this photogenic slot canyon was formed by water and continues to flood during seasonal rains. Clear skies and sun greeted us during our visit to this amazing natural formation allowing Eric to capture this dramatic shaft of light.

Antelope Canyon, Navajo Nation, Arizona

 

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  1. Stunning shot, guys! Even though I’m part Native American and have a great interest in Amerindian history and culture, I’ve never been to the Southwest (except when I was 2, which doesn’t count). Hopefully we’re going out there to see Mary’s aunt next year, and will have time to seek out gorgeous shots like this. Thanks for sharing!
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