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Slot Canyons of the Southwest

Slot canyons are a dramatic force of nature, carved during flash floods. Heavy rains turn dry washes into raging rivers, which rip through and erode narrow sandstone canyons. Some canyons are barely wide enough for one person to crawl through and may be dozens of feet deep. This causes the vibrant colors as the narrow canyons filter the sunlight.

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Antelope Canyon Texture #5


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Antelope Canyon, Page, Arizona

Antelope Canyon: Beam #1   Antelope Canyon: Beam #2   Three Beams, Antelope Canyon, Arizona   Weeping Eye, Antelope Canyon, Arizona
Beam #1   Beam #2   Three Beams   Weeping Eye
Antelope Canyon: Texture #1   Antelope Canyon: Texture #2   Antelope Canyon, Arizona Texture #3   Antelope Canyon Texture #4
Texture #1   Texture #2   Texture #3   Texture #4
Antelope Canyon Texture #5            
Texture #5            

  Coyote Gulch, Grand Staircase Escalante, Utah

Arches, Peek-a-Boo Gulch, Grand Staircase Escalante, Utah   Window, Peek-a-Boo Gulch, Utah   Sunburst, Coyote Gulch, Utah   Dry Fall, Coyote Gulch, Grand Staircase Escalante, Utah
Arches   Window   Sunburst   Dry Fall
Curves, Peek-a-Boo Gulch, Utah   Wavy Walls, Slot Canyon, Coyote Gulch, Utah   Corkscrew, Slot Canyon, Coyote Gulch, Utah    
Curves   Wavy   Corkscrew    

  Buckskin Gulch, Arizona

Buckskin Gulch, Utah   Buckskin Gulch Entrance        
Buckskin Gulch   Opening        

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