Amazing Locations: Antelope Canyon

Somewhere along the border between Arizona and Utah, next to a coal-burning power station that spews thick brown smog into the clear desert, is this small dirt covered parking lot. As you pull up, a Navajo tribesman welcomes you to the Lower Antelope Canyon, where he tells you that it is the more popular of the two. A $10 ticket later, you park on bumpy and rocky gravel, probably next to an oversized RV, and head towards this single door shack at the end of the parked cars. There, you’ll wait in line, under the dessert sun, with the other tourists speaking far away languages.

The mighty light beams reveal themselves depending on the time of day and the season.

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