After leaving Bryce, we headed to Page, Arizona to visit the infamous Antelope Canyon. The canyon has become ultra popular in recent years. You have probably seen photos of it on Instagram, or even your computers wallpaper options. Not without reason though, while short, the canyon is truly magnificent, and something you just have to see. It is best to see in the afternoon sun when the light has a chance to stream through, but even having gone on a cloudy and rainy day it was still beautiful. The colors and textures can’t be beat, and just imagining how this small wonder was formed and shaped is really cool to think about. It has got to be one of the most photogenic places I have ever been, I took hundreds and hundreds of photos, and just love them all!
The unsuspecting area around the canyon, you would never guess what lies just ahead.
Front entrance to the canyon.
You can see the rain falling. While we got a few slivers of sun, for the most part it was raining the day we were there. It is still just as beautiful in the rain though!
“The Heart” of Antelope Canyon.
The exit at the back of the canyon.
I am so happy we were able to experience the canyon despite our weather situation. It is definitely the kind of place you just won’t forget, and even though the tour is short and hurried, it is well worth it.
Keep an eye out here, because I’ve got several surprises coming to the blog in the coming days