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... to lower the floor level which is about 7 metre deep at the moment. So this would change the whole viewpoint.Everyone came away smiling and appreciative of such a magnificent natural wonder.Russell had a swim in the resort pool to freshen up, however the water was too warm, so came back for a refreshing shower. Just found out Page is the hottest, driest town in the Area.Happy Birthday to Pauline from Indian ...
... spoke english, lots of europeans here to see the sites of America. We enjoyed the site and drove back into town. Picked up some steaks to grill for dinner tonight and a couple of mocha frappachinos seeing as it was finally hot! Going to have lunch and then get ready for the Antelope Canyon tour. We were picked up and ferried into town for the tour of Antelope Canyon. It is on Navaho land and all tours are run by the Navaho. There were about 30 people at ...
Our descent into the canyon is through a steep steel ladder that goes down 15 feet into the first chamber. The canyon is very narrow, and in some places its a tight squeeze to move into the next chamber.
The canyon is stunningly beautiful.
The climb out is even steeper and a world away.
We climb into the van for the long trip to Bryce ...
... we'd encounter bad weather. So it was just Lionel, Rox, and I as we "bounced" acrossed fields in the dark and down a step embankment almost at the entrance to Upper Antelope Canyon.
The guy that canceled made a big mistake. The weather was great; little wind, and the stars were out! Lionel coached us on a few "astrophotography" test shots (not unlike what Tony had taught us in Iceland) and set the cameras for manual focus, ISO 1600, ...
... leading us in, he gave us some hints on the respect he wished us to show to this revered place, a place the Navajo call "where water makes a picture of itself in the stone’. No graffiti, no scratching the walls, he said – then gave us some tips on how to take advantage of the light to get the best photos. Once inside, it was clear why this place is so special to his people.
Antelope Canyon is a slot canyon, so narrow in places that ...