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Chasing the light. A photoalbum

By Smarandache, Florentin

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Title: Chasing the light. A photoalbum  
Author: Smarandache, Florentin
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Geography, Anthropology, Recreation
Collections: Adventure, Authors Community
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Publisher: Pons Editions
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Antelope Canyon is a scenic canyon in Arizona state, USA, on Navajo land, near city of Page, including two sections, The Crack (Upper Antelope Canyon), and The Corkscrew (Lower Antelope Canyon), accessible only via guided tour; it is the photographer’s dream, but photography is very difficult due to the exposure range (10 EV or more). Carved from the sandstone for millennia by flood rains and wind, Antelope Canyon - one of nature's most wondrous creations - is located near Page (Arizona, USA). This slot canyon is somehow not visible from the outside. Upon entering the "gate", a winding corridor lead the visitor through several "rooms" with soft sandy floors. As the sun moves across the sky, the shifts of light flow down from the rim of the canyon, and the views change constantly, creating a dazzling scenery of color and light. Featured in Hollywood films and magazine publications around the world, Antelope Canyon is composed from two sections, The Crack (Upper Antelope Canyon), and The Corkscrew (Lower Antelope Canyon). In Navajo language, the Upper Antelope Canyon is called Tsé'bighanilí – "The place where water runs through," and the Lower Antelope Canyon is called Hazdistazí – "Spiral Rock Arches."


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