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Postcards from the Antelope Canyons

The Antelope Canyons are one of the most photographed destinations in the world…it’s easy to see why. The fascinating thing, though, is how every photo is little different. The silica quartz creates a shimmery glow that is so mesmerizing, we never tire of seeing new images – a feeling only second to actually walking through in person. Every turn, climb and angle has a jaw-dropping affect.

The curves of the canyon walls are soft and smooth with subtle ripples and jutting edges. In some places, these curves create unique formations resembling mystical creatures and long-haired beauties. I had been wanting to explore Arizona for years and was certainly satisfied by everything I saw. I will be sharing more trip highlights including the Grand Canyon, Lava River Cave, and Horseshoe Bend. For now, enjoy the warmth of the Lower Antelope Canyons and head over to my Instagram profile for more of my favorite travel moments.

Antelope Canyons - photo (c) Michelle Bazis @freelymi Antelope Canyons - photo (c) Michelle Bazis @freelymi Antelope Canyons - photo (c) Michelle Bazis @freelymi
Antelope Canyons - photo (c) Michelle Bazis @freelymi Antelope Canyons - photo (c) Michelle Bazis @freelymi
Antelope Canyons - photo (c) Michelle Bazis @freelymi Antelope Canyons - photo (c) Michelle Bazis @freelymi Antelope Canyons - photo (c) Michelle Bazis @freelymi

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    Agness of eTramping
    April 24, 2017 at 5:05 pm

    This place seems surreal, Michelle! I simply can’t believe that such a beautiful place exists on Earth!

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