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This photograph was taken at lower Antelope Canyon in Page, Arizona. Unlike upper Antelope Canyon, when you book a tour of lower Antelope Canyon you can not book a photography tour, which means no tripods allowed, and the crowds can be a challenge. If you visit the location later on in the afternoon light can be an issue as the sun begins to set and without the use of a tripod you will have no choice but to shoot at a high ISO. My favorite part of photographing slot canyons is using the colors, shapes, and textures of the rock formations to find interesting abstract photographs. After shooting as many angles as I could, this photo turned out to be one of my personal favorites as the light was just right exposing all the varied colors of the ancient Navajo sandstone while also providing interesting shapes and textures.