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Crawl by wmandra Crawl by wmandra
Rattlesnake Canyon near Page, AZ

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Cluke111 Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2012
Great capture - really very impressive!
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s-kmp Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2012
:w00t: This lovely piece has been featured here Raw-Nature's New Year at :iconraw-nature:
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souk1501 Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2012
sweet! how would you compare this with antelope canyon?
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wmandra Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2012  Professional Photographer
Hard to compare to Antelope Canyon. I visited Upper & Lower Antelope, Rattlesnake, Owl and Mountain Sheep canyons. All were very interesting, but the colors that come out of Antelope are stunning, the others are a bit more subdued. The best thing about the other 3 canyons was that I was the only one there (other than my Navajo guide).
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souk1501 Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2012
Ic. Were they just as accessible as far as hiking to the canyon from a parked car? Also, were they around the same cost as the antelope canyons? Looking at your beautiful pictures makes me think I need to go out and visit some of these other canyons. =)
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wmandra Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2012  Professional Photographer
Yes, all within the same area as Antelope. There is only one company that has access to the other 3 canyons though. Don't remember the name but they were at mile post 302 on Highway 98. You leave your car there and the guide will drive you to all 5 canyons, took about 8 hours to shoot all of them. My guide was exceptional and having spent years in the canyons, he knew exactly where and when to be. The other benefit of this tour was they held the tourists off in Antelope canyon so I could get shots without worrying about people in the frame. I'll try and find the business card my guide gave me and send you a note.
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souk1501 Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2012
Thank you! Too many beautiful places to see! =)
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mikestevenson1955 Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2012
Looks unreal!
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