Rock formations (Antelope Canyon)

Good Sunday afternoon!

Last August Sunday…
Summer turned around quickly for me this year again. We are having some bad weather past week, so it ended even sooner. Hopefully I will be able to extend my summer at least for at least a week or two as I am planning still to go on vacations to the seaside next weekend and following week. So I am keeping my fingers crossed for good, hot weather in the middle of September.

We were quite lucky with weather on the destination I am sharing with you today and that is Antelope Canyon, USA. Probably many of you know this canyon or at least you saw some photos from it as they truly are spectacular. With the perfect conditions, gear and knowledge you can create masterpiece wallpapers. I didn’t have any of it when I was visiting back in 2018 :)

I remember it was a cloudy day, but you need perfect clear sky for photographing that canyon. It is very narrow and when sun rays are going through the canyon it creates magical atmosphere and perfect memories. You also need good camera gear and especially time and space. With the last mentioned, it is very tough as the groups are pretty large and there are many tour operators which have their clients inside the narrow canyon at the same time. Also there is same way in and way out. Definitely not the easiest way to get clear photos. The easiest way to get them without any people on it, is to shoot up towards the sky :) There are some photo tours as well, where you have a bit more time and groups are smaller. So that would do better, but no time and money back in 2018 for that experience so I am showing and sharing my results below.

As usually I am putting all that photos at your disposal, without wanting anything in return, but pleas do credit me as an author.

Hope you like my work and have a great week ahead!

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