Antelope Canyon Upper/Lower

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  1. Doug Solis

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    If you have never been, you have to go to the Antelope Slot Canyons in AZ. They are simply beautiful. The first shot is mid-day in order to get the direct rays of light into the chamber, if there is any breeze at all outside you will get sand and other particulates drifting down into the canyon which provide the luminous for these shots. Upper Antelope is much easier to move around and decend into and through but I thought that Lower Antelope may have had the most beautiful images.

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  2. astrostu

    astrostu I shoot for the stars

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    Look fairly good. First 3 are the ones everyone shows, I haven't seen ones like the second two before. I'm hoping to get there in late 2011 ...
     
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    I love the 3rd image the most. It seems like it has no end. They are all grand. Great job.
     
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    #2 is my favorite
     
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    Your last two are unique.
     
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    Very interesting shots, I have seen others shoot at this location and the textures are amazing. You have made good use of the lighting to produce contrasts, well done.
     

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