Upper Antelope Canyon, Arizona

I’ve wanted to create a more tailored site for my photography for a while now. It’s been a slow, frustrating business trying to get everything perfect – and to be totally honest, I’m not 100% happy with my efforts yet. But I’ve decided to go ahead and put it out there anyway – I don’t think we’re ever totally ready for new endeavors. This beloved space certainly wasn’t perfect upon its creation; in fact, it wasn’t meant to be! I love being able to come here and write whatever I want (hence the name).

Separating out the travel stories and photos will give me greater license to write whatever I want here while giving me a more “professional” space for something I’ve wanted to try for a while now (and will disclose in some future post). In the meantime, I plan on writing here as inspiration strikes and sharing (aka “reblogging”) posts from ptiphotography so no one misses out on the fun! (smile)

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I first saw a photo of Antelope Canyon in college. I remember thinking that it must be a place in some far flung corner of the world – I was actually pretty surprised when I realized it was in Arizona! When I moved here almost 10 years, I immediately put Antelope Canyon on my Arizona “Must See” list. It took me 9 years, but this May I finally checked it off that list.

Antelope Canyon is a slot canyon located just east of Page, Arizona on the Navajo Reservation. The only way to access the canyon is with an organized tour. There are several options available, and I would recommend checking TripAdvisor for reviews. There are two areas to choose from – Upper Antelope Canyon (aka the Crack) and Lower Antelope Canyon (aka the Corkscrew).

Upper Antelope Canyon is the most frequently visited by tourists as its entrance and entire…

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