One of our most popular 3 panel Triptych Photographs is called Antelope Cave. This photo was taken outside of Page, Arizona on Navajo Nation Tribal land at the a place called Antelope Canyon, aka The Corkscrew, or as the Navajo people call it Tse bighanilini.
Of all the slot canyons in the American Southwest, none are more popular than Antelope Canyon. Antelope Canyon , sometimes called “The Corkscrew” is located at the north central tip of Arizona just outside Page, Arizona. The canyon lies on Navajo tribal land and access is controlled by the tribe.
Antelope Canyon has been the subject of countless photographers and publications. The most photographed section is located in the upper Antelope Canyon region. The upper canyon is easy to traverse as it is all at ground level. The sunlight pears through cracks in the canyon wall and paints its gorgeous red rock sandstone with colored light and shadows making for amazing pictures. Photographers believe that noon between the months of May and September is the best time to shoot in the Antelope Cave.The light rays that shine through the cave are the brightest and provide the most vibrant pictures.
The Antelope Canyon rock formations are actually petrified sand dues. Once covered by a vast ocean, the Corkscrew was carved over millions of years by flash flooding. The Navajo refer to this section of the canyon as Tse Bighanilini, or “the place where water runs through rock”.
Hope you enjoyed Antelope Cave 3 panel Triptych Photograph.
Antelope Canyon 3 Panel Triptych