Antelope Canyon

By Tejas Singh

Looking for a place to go for Summer Vacation?
Try the Antelope Canyon. Antelope Canyon is a favorite destination for tourists from all over the world. A major attraction are the light beams formed from the opening at the top of the canyon. Light Beams are much more common in Upper than in Lower Canyon because the lower canyon is underground.The Navajo name for Upper Antelope Canyon means “the place where the water takes a picture of itself.”The Antelope Canyon was formed by the destruction of Navajo Sandstone, primarily due to flooding. Flooding in the canyon still occurs. The last flood occurred on October 30, 2006, and lasted 36 hours, causing the Lower Antelope Canyon to close for five months. Some of the pictures below will show the beauty of the canyon and how the canyon can form images by its light beams.

1. Light Beam in the Upper Canyon
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2. The Bear with Honey: If you look closely, you will see a bear going for honey. Notice his nose on the left corner.
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3. Heart of the canyon: Tilt your head to the left to see the heart.FullSizeRender (2)

4. Candle: If you look closely, the spaces form a candle.
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5. The Shark Face: tilt your head to the right to see a shark. The image is formed by light.antelope cany 1

 

6. The Eye: The image will look like an eye. antelope cany 2

 

7. The Flame: The image might look similar to a candle, but it is only the flame.This image is formed by light.antelope cany 3

 

8. If you look closely you will see the shape of a small mountain.antelope cany 4

 

 

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