Lower Antelope Canyon, Page, Arizona

Landscape, Nature, Photography

Photographing in Antelope Canyon is both fun and challenging. We took the 2-hour Photo Tour to Lower Antelope Canyon last week. With a great tour guide and not a big crowd we were able to use our tripod to shoot some scenes we liked. Hope you enjoy viewing.

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A retired professional engineer, nature lover and avid photographer

9 thoughts on “Lower Antelope Canyon, Page, Arizona”

  1. Amazing structure and colours and great photo’s – the one with the ray of light is superb. You would love to shoot some of the landscapes and rock structures in Western Australia!

    • shungphotography says:

      Thanks for your positive comments. I had to capture the ray of light in a hurry when the tour guide in front of me all the sudden bent down to the floor to grab two handful of dust and threw toward the light came through the roof. Yes, I’d love to visit and photograph the Western Australian landscape including the Big Red (Ayer) Rock some time in the near future.

    • shungphotography says:

      I thought I had responded your comments but apparently did not get posted. In any event, I do appreciate your kind words and as for the ray of light, it was a surprise when the tour guide all the sudden reach the floor and grabbed two handfuls of sand and threw to the beam of sunlight that came through the canyon. Yes, I ‘d love to visit Western part of your country including Big Red (Ayer) Rock some days soon.

    • shungphotography says:

      Thank you stopping by my blog and appreciate your positive comments. Shooting in the Antelope Canyon was both fun and challenging. The colors were amazing, almost as good looking as all the dishes you presented on your blog 🙂

      • Thank you for your kind words. The colours remind me of Central Australia. A beautiful part of the world where the landscapes and colours are truly amazing & spectacular. One day I will visit Arizona it is on our list…. 🙂 🙂

  2. shungphotography says:

    Thank you for your kind words and visiting my blogs frequently. Your food on the table always looks colorful and delicious 🙂

  3. Beautiful gallery ! I l ove this place, but when I visited it, it was full of tourists, difficult to take pictures as people were quite in a hurry

  4. shungphotography says:

    That was the terrible experience we had in 2012 at Upper Antelope Canyon, the crowd of tourists, even though we had a “photo Tour”. The experience we had in the Lower Canyon (2-hour photo tour) this time was great, most of time 10 of us were alone and were able to use tripod all the time plus we had a great photographer guide who showed us all the hot spots and used his iPhone to show us the sample shots.

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