Several years ago, I had the opportunity to visit the world famous Antelope Canyon in Arizona. It is just outside of Page, Arizona, and it’s managed by the Navajo Tribe as a Tribal Park. There is a fee to enter the canyon and you are required to have a guide to go into the canyon. Tripods are not allowed, and it’s always full of people. Sometimes you get lucky and find an angle that doesn’t have people in it, and maybe enough light that the photo you’re taking isn’t blurry. It’s a wonderful place, but it is getting a bit too popular and the number of people that can go in at a time is getting restricted.
In the image below, I was amazed to see what looks like a face in the stone that looks like its yearning to leave the canyon and look over the top. There is a look of frustration and sadness on the face that realizes it will never be able to get out of the canyon.
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