Photographer's Note

The best way to spend time in the Lower Antelope Canyon is to buy a photography tour ticket, I think it was the same price or just a little bit more, so you can take your time.

We entered the Lower Antelope Canyon with a tour group of 15 people or so, we were the last in line and we waited for all of them to look around and took their pictures and left. Here in the low Antelope Canyon, it is much larger area than in the Upper Antelope, and you don’t have to stay with your group. You can take your time and explore. After the group left, we had the area to ourselves before the next tour group come in. We took our time to really enjoy the canyon and looking at how the light falls into the canyon creating all kind of interesting shape and colors. It was all peaceful and quiet, and you can actually hear a Navajo Indian played his Indian flute somewhere on top of the canyon. As I was composing this shot, through the view finder, I saw giant narrow canyon, and a waterfall of sand flowing into a river gorge.

Antelope Canyon is a photogrpher's wonderland. Every corner you turn there is something different and opportunities to composed stunning images with different POVs. You do need a tripod 100 percent of the time to utilize the slow shutter speed so you can get a nice sharp and intense color images.

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