Rock Formations - dojulander
Light Pillar, Antelope Canyon, Navajo Reservation, Arizona:<br />
In the morning and evening when the light is usually beautiful, Antelope Canyon is very subdued.  But at noontime the canyon puts on a spectacular light show as the noonday sun creeps down the winding, twisted sandstone revealing shapes and colors which can only be found there.  The “Light Pillar” is the result of a long exposure and my two daughters, Danielle and Kellie, throwing sand into the air to create the effect.

Zion National Park, Utah, Lower Subway Panorama–2: The hike down Subway canyon is over 9 miles with occasional ice cold water to swim through and several cliffs to repel down. But the hardest part of the hike is the last one half mile where the mountain is so steep you can reach out in front of you and touch the trail. I don’t recommend this hike without my brother-in-law, Chad, who is a master of the subway. The reward for this effort is apparent. This image is actually a composite of four photographs stitched together to create one.

LowerSubwayPanoramaZion National ParkUtah