The Spectre of Antelope Canyon

Upper Antelope Canyon is most famous for its light beams coming into the canyon. They are particularly visible when particles such as dust or sand is floating in the air and are great photo opportunities. It's maybe now even more famous after a press release announcing that a photograph taken by Peter Lik allegedly sold ...

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The River of Life

Dead Horse Point State Park gives you a nice vantage point on the Colorado river, allowing you to witness the river flow in the middle of major deserts, carving the land for millions of years to make the beautiful canyons of Utah and Arizona.

When Evil Turns To Stone

Bryce Canyon National Park has a wonderful amphitheater displaying hundreds of tower-like formations. Once believed to be evil beings turned into stone according to the legend, the phenomenon can actually be explained by water seeping into the cracks, freezing and thus expanding, making the crack a little wider every time. Try to get there at ...

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Electric Canyonlands

Sometimes weather doesn't go as expected and you may end up with very dull photos when you were expecting a beautiful scenery. However when weather is really really bad, then I couldn't recommend enough to go out and try your luck anyway! You may come back soaked but also filled with satisfaction after going home ...

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The Antelope Canyon Spectre

Upper Antelope Canyon is most famous for its light beams coming into the canyon. They are particularly visible when particles such as dust or sand is floating in the air and are great photo opportunities. It's maybe now even more famous after a press release announcing that a photograph taken by Peter Lik allegedly sold ...

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Double O Arch

As a follow up of a previous post, this is the beautiful view of the Double O Arch in the Arches National Park, after you go through the lower opening. The view there is really the grand finale of a very fun hike and you will enjoy sitting in the shade to admire the elegant ...

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Shine On You Crazy Diamond

This is one of the shots that got me up at 3:30am and to drive for almost an hour to capture the sunrise but I'm happy I did. The world-famous view at Mesa Arch at sunrise does not disappoint: when the light beams start hitting the sandstone from below, the colour the arch turns into ...

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