Leapin’ lechwe by africaddict

A small harem of Red Lechwe leap across a stream to reach the male, one early dawn @ Kwando, Botswana.

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Curvy Textures of Antelope Canyon, Arizona by PatrickMarsonOng

Upon seeing tons of amazing photos of this place from fellow hobbyists, Antelope Canyon baecame one of my must see and visit place if I ever get my self to visit the US again.

Located on Navajo land, east of Page Arizona, Antelope has been a top-rated tourist destination for sightseers and photographers. It gets crazy crowded almost all the time. Good thing that the only access to the canyon is via Navajo Nation’s authorized private tour companies. Can’t even imagine the traffic of people visiting if its open to the public.

We had the pleasure of joining AACPT – Adventurous Antelope Canyon Photo Tours. Got their awesome two canyon deal, Rattlesnake + Upper Antelope. Four hours of non stop photography guided by Roman, an awesome Navajo local guide! You know that your getting the best possible way around the canyon with an “express vip pass” when you enter from the end of the canyon and hear these words coming from your guide:
“Give way for my photographers”,
“You have to move to the end of the canyon”,
“Make way sir, make way”,
“Sir, stop! My photographers are still shooting”,
“You have 3 minutes to shoot guys, i will hold back the crowd”

Oh and we were also greeted by an amazing 4 minute “hoop” dance by a local before starting the tour! Amazing!!!

If you ask me, I prefer the Rattlesnake canyon more than the Upper Antelope. Maybe because we had the place to ourselves, but the tight curves of the Rattlesnake, where you need to squeeze your self into is like an opening to a whole new world for me. Truly an amazing experience guys. These canyons are must see place before you die. I will definitely be back for those light beams on summer!

Cheers guys! Hope you’re havin a great weekend!

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Explore Your World by AaronReedPhotography

I very rarely photograph landscapes with people in them. There is no particular reason for that, it’s just not my thing. When I came across this “test shot” I had taken while setting my exposure and waiting for these two to move on, I thought it was pretty cool and worth sharing. I hope you enjoy it.

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Antelope Valley Wildflower Sunset Grand Tetons by phillips_chip

A break in the clouds gave way to a pretty nice sunset one evening last summer during wildflower season in the Grand Tetons.
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Pathway of The Antelope Canyon 2 by NhtPhm

Back to my Lower Antelope Canyon series. This is another favorite shot from my collection at this location. Thanks for stopping by and have a great day/night! 🙂

Photographed by: Nhut Pham
Location: Lower Antelope Canyon, Arizona

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