Antelope Canyon, just east of Page Arizona, is one of many slot canyons in the Colorado Plateau area. These are unique formations carved by water into the sandstone over the millennia. On the surface they are very un-inspiring and just look like something to stay away from. This is really true because summer thunderstorms often drop a deluge of water that drains off the land and fills these canyons. As you will see from the photographs, being down inside would be deadly when the flood water arrives. These photographs are in Lower Antelope Canyon; there is another section slightly upstream that is also a popular place to visit. Access to the canyons is managed by the Navajo. Once down in the canyon, the world completely changes and it changes every step of the way. And it changes every few minutes as the sunlight outside moves. I spent most of a day just for these photographs and was awestruck with how light and color altered in those hours. I hope you enjoy these and hope you have a chance to visit this incredible place someday.