The last stop on our tour was Antelope Slot Canyon, a place of light and shadow I had long wished to visit.
This in on the Navajo Nation and can only be visited with a Navajo guide. It's a place that cries for HDR processing so for the rest of these images I took my RAW file, made +2 and -2 images in the RAW converter and then used tone compressor in Photomatix.
Several Navajo companies have rights to lead tours here so it is very crowded. You can get a longer tour that allows you to set up a tripod but that wasn't an option for us. The companies each have other slot canyons they can visit which are less crowded but again, that wasn't an option for our group.
You could get an unobstructed view by looking up.
Our guide knew all the tricks, he showed us this heart shaped slot.
He threw sand on this ledge for a "sandfall".
Find more shadows at Shadow Shot Sunday, hosted for us by Tracy in Brisbane.