As the light beams quickly faded away, we were able to wander the Antelope Canyon. Near the farthest end of the canyon, I was able finally able to stand by myself, and enjoy the unbelievably photogenic place I was in. Millennia of erosion slowly ground down the Navajo sandstone, creating this small slot canyon in a one of a kind way. Every wall looks like a massive 100' tall wave frozen in stone. This narrow canyon funnels heavy downpours from the far desert down into the Colorado River system. This fast flowing water is what slowly wears the walls down, revealing these unique structures.
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