(please click to view on black // canon 5d mark ii, rokinon 14mm f/2.8, iso 100, f/8, 8 sec // buy print)
One thing we were thankful for during our tour of Upper Antelope Canyon was our guide. He rocked at knowing good spots and also for tossing sand in strategic locations.
We had already shot the sand falling on the right side during our first pass through the Canyon, so on our way back he said he could make it fall on both sides. I quickly moved to this spot and was thankful for the 14mm lens I had with me. It was kind of a tiny area, so being able to get that wide was a bonus.
The rock formation in the middle kind of “jutted” out towards me and reminded me of a big nose on an old man’s face.
Definitely loved being able to finally visit this place, but this scene doesn’t tell the story of about 6 other photographers lined up to my right all shooting the same thing. And people waiting behind them to pass through.
If you are a photographer, I highly recommend paying for the two-hour tour because you get more time and also a bit of preferential treatment.