Northern Arizona – Navajo Reservation Photo Expedition!

Have you ever been to a place so filled with beauty and amazing vistas that you can’t stop thinking about it over a month after you returned from that spot?  That’s how I feel each time I edit a few more photos from my trip to Northern Arizona and the Navajo Reservation.  I was born in Arizona…so have something of an affinity for that state right from the start…but every time that I visit and see things like the shots below, I realize what a grand example of God’s artistry and hand that these places are.  Enjoy these shots and as always, my photos are available for purchase on canvas, metal or as prints!  Enjoy!!!

 

Another of the amazing sand falls in Antelope Canyon!

Another of the amazing sand falls in Antelope Canyon!

The way the light plays in and around the slot canyons can make the rocks look like they are on fire!!!

The way the light plays in and around the slot canyons can make the rocks look like they are on fire!!!

Colors and more colors and more colors!!! What an amazing place!!!

Colors and more colors and more colors!!! What an amazing place!!!

Color Horseshoe Bend, Page, Arizona

Color Horseshoe Bend, Page, Arizona

Horseshoe Bend, Page, Arizona

Horseshoe Bend, Page, Arizona

Starburst from the ceiling in Canyon X!

Starburst from the ceiling in Canyon X!

"The Fins" An area just south and east of Page, Arizona where the lines and desert landscape seem to lead a path right to the stars! This shot was taken just around sunset at "The Fins!"

“The Fins” An area just south and east of Page, Arizona where the lines and desert landscape seem to lead a path right to the stars! This shot was taken just around sunset at “The Fins!”

A formation in Antelope Canyon called "The Chief."

A formation in Antelope Canyon called “The Chief.”

The Chief in Color!

The Chief in Color!

The Throne Room - This was a nearly 6 minute exposure in a very dark chamber of Canyon X. I sat in a back corner of this small chamber and pointed my fisheye lens towards the ceiling to capture the depth and "grandeur" of the throne room... An amazing place with light seeping in from the roof of the canyon some 100 feet above.

The Throne Room – This was a nearly 6 minute exposure in a very dark chamber of Canyon X. I sat in a back corner of this small chamber and pointed my fisheye lens towards the ceiling to capture the depth and “grandeur” of the throne room… An amazing place with light seeping in from the roof of the canyon some 100 feet above.

Upper Antelope Canyon Light Beam!

Upper Antelope Canyon Light Beam!

An amazing feature inside the slot canyons..

An amazing feature inside the slot canyons..

The entrance to Canyon X - with a mocha look!

The entrance to Canyon X – with a mocha look!

Another amazing light beam shot in an Antelope Canyon chamber...

Another amazing light beam shot in an Antelope Canyon chamber…

The dust in the air and the lighting were just perfect for this light beam to be visible in the canyon...

The dust in the air and the lighting were just perfect for this light beam to be visible in the canyon…

2 Replies to “Northern Arizona – Navajo Reservation Photo Expedition!”

  1. Steve Smith says:

    great images,
    can’t wait to see your photographs of Yosemite.
    steve

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