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Photographing Antelope Canyon Navajo slot canyon Page Arizona USA Navajo Nation

Antelope Canyon is a slot canyon in the American Southwest. It is on Navajo land east of Page, Arizona. Antelope Canyon includes two separate, scenic slot canyon sections, referred to individually as “Upper Antelope Canyon” or “The Crack”; and “Antelope Canyon” or “The Corkscrew”.

The Navajo name for Upper Antelope Canyon is Tsé bighánílíní, which means ‘the place where water runs through rocks’. Lower Antelope Canyon is Hazdistazí (called “Hasdestwazi” by the Navajo Parks and Recreation Department), or ‘spiral rock arches’. Both are in the LeChee Chapter of the Navajo Nation.

Antelope Canyon Navajo slot canyon
Antelope Canyon Navajo slot canyon

Antelope Canyon Navajo slot canyon
Antelope Canyon Navajo slot canyon
Antelope Canyon Navajo slot canyon
Antelope Canyon Navajo slot canyon
Antelope Canyon Navajo slot canyon
Antelope Canyon Navajo slot canyon
Antelope Canyon Navajo slot canyon
Antelope Canyon Navajo slot canyon

Antelope Canyon Navajo slot canyon
Antelope Canyon Navajo slot canyon
Antelope Canyon Navajo slot canyon
Antelope Canyon Navajo slot canyon
Antelope Canyon Navajo slot canyon
Antelope Canyon Navajo slot canyon
Antelope Canyon Navajo slot canyon
Antelope Canyon Navajo slot canyon

Antelope Canyon Navajo slot canyon
Antelope Canyon Navajo slot canyon
Antelope Canyon Navajo slot canyon
Antelope Canyon Navajo slot canyon
Antelope Canyon Navajo slot canyon
Antelope Canyon Navajo slot canyon

Mayfield Lavender Fields Banstead Surrey near South London

Mayfield Lavender Fields a 25-acre commercial site in Croydon Lane called Mayfield, is popular with tourists. This area was once famous as the Lavender Capital of the World”. From the 18th to the early 20th centuries the North Downs of Surrey, with its chalky free-draining soil, ideal for lavender growing, were at the centre of worldwide production of lavender. It was a very prosperous part of the local agriculture. Blue fields could be seen all over Mitcham, Croydon, Wallington, Banstead, Carshalton and Sutton.

Address: 1 Carshalton Rd, Banstead SM7 3JA

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Mayfield Lavender
Mayfield Lavender
Mayfield Lavender Fields
Mayfield Lavender Fields

Mayfield Lavender Fields
Mayfield Lavender Fields
Mayfield Lavender Fields
Mayfield Lavender Fields
Mayfield Lavender Fields
Mayfield Lavender Fields
Mayfield Lavender Fields
Mayfield Lavender Fields

Mayfield Lavender Fields
Mayfield Lavender Fields
Mayfield Lavender Fields
Mayfield Lavender Fields
Mayfield Lavender Fields
Mayfield Lavender Fields
Mayfield Lavender Fields
Mayfield Lavender Fields

Mayfield Lavender Fields
Mayfield Lavender Fields

Leura Cascades Rainforest

Leura Cascades is a popular picnic area set amidst tall eucalypts. Nearby you can take a walk beside the rapids on Leura Falls Creek down to Bridal Veil Falls and Leura Falls.

Natural attractions include Sublime Point to the south, which offers panoramic views of the Jamison Valley, and Leura Cascades in the southwest. There is a network of tracks that goes from Links Road to Echo Point, taking in many attractions along the way, including the Pool of Siloam, Leura Cascades, Leura Falls, Jamison Lookout, Linda Falls and the Dardanelles Pass, before ascending to Echo Point via the Giant Stairway. The area is popular for bushwalking and photography.

Leura Cascades Rainforest
Leura Cascades Rainforest

Blue Mountains three sisters lookout, Australia

On my last days in Australia I went to the Three Sisters lookout only a short twenty minute walk from where I was staying in Katoomba to photograph a sunrise over the three sisters.

Had a really cool low cloud/fog come into the valley and the sunrise was further to the left but was strong enough to bring a nice bright yellow glow into the valley. Made for a lovely sunrise, well worth getting up for.

Blue Mountains three sisters lookout
Blue Mountains three sisters lookout

Antelope Canyon sacred site for the Navajo

Formed over hundreds of years of water running through sandstone, Antelope Canyon is both a sacred site for the Navajo.

The Navajo name for Upper Antelope Canyon means “the place where the water takes a picture of itself.” Centuries ago, herds of pronghorn antelope roamed freely in Antelope Canyon, which explains the canyon’s English name. It is not known exactly when people first discovered Antelope Canyon, but according to local Navajos, who have lived here for generations, the canyon ia a place where cattle grazed in winter.

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