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Published on Oct 31, 2014
SLAWEK - PHOTO GALLERY, you are invited to see the best, from the best, REFLECTIONS, one of a kind photography: just open gotoslawek.org ANTELOPE CANYON, small but exquisitely beautiful is located on Navajo land near Page, Arizona. Antelope Canyon includes two separate, photogenic slot canyon sections, referred to individually as UPPER ANTELOPE CANYON or The Crack; and LOWER ANTELOPE CANYON or The Corkscrew. It is a slot canyon carved out by the same waters that flowed into the Colorado River and carved the Grand Canyon. The Antelope Canyon walls have been carved into what looks like fluid rock. Water from above Antelope Canyon travels through cracks and caverns in the sandstone until it builds up significant speed near Antelope Canyon. As the flood water rushes and spirals through the present formations, the water continually sands and reshapes the walls into masterpieces. This water eventually makes its way to Lake Powell and ultimately the Colorado River.