My dad is an amateur photographer – at least that’s what he’d say – I think he’s pretty damn professional. This little trio of photos are of a place called Antelope Canyon in the US. It’s a little slot canyon that has been carved out by a river. It’s only about 6 feet across at the widest point. The texture of the stone and the way the light plays on it makes it a mecca for photographers. I think my dad did a damn good job in capturing the magic of the place (and without a tripod, no less).
Can’t wait until we get the other frames up on the walls. Stay tuned! -C