Sand Trap

“The wind which constantly whips through the canyon had deposited a sinuous trail of sand…”

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The Next Chamber

“Upper Antelope Canyon is roughly shaped like an inverted ‘V’, with the top being narrow, and the bottom being wide”

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Lower Antelope Chaos

The water-and-wind-blasted sandstone slot canyons known as Upper and Lower Antelope Canyon are home to amazing displays of warm and cool colors…

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Desert Five Spot

In Spring of 2005, an historic wildflower bloom was experienced in Death Valley National Park due to approximately 6 inches of rain […]

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Sunrise Mist

When early-morning air temperature differs just enough from the water temperature in a pond, lake or river, you get a rising mist […]

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