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Starquest Type 2:3



I have seen Antelope Canyon several times in the popular daytime - complete with crowds and noise. In fact, this magical slot canyon is well known for its mid-day shafts of light that creatively penetrate through the curvy sandstone. I had always wondered what this place would be like at night. And when I had a last minute chance to go the first time, I jumped! Although the first night was super clouded and windy, I was allowed to try the next night before my time ran out exploring this desert domain around Page, Arizona. I was lucky, however, to find the next night lacking clouds or wind.

Finally, there I was, standing in the dark cracks in the earth with the stars peering in from above - no crowds or sounds at all. It was so different at night compared to the day. Here, star and moonlight ricocheted softly around the Navajo sandstone.



Image can be horizontal

Multi position, long exposure, light

painted w/ red LEDs

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Antelope Canyon, Arizona USA

Limited Editions 100

Artist Proofs 5

Dark Sky Travels Magazine Featured Photograph Nov 2019
WPE Europe Int'l Awards 2022 Gold Award

World Masters of Photography WMPO 2022 Shortlist Finalist
Better Photography Magazine Photo of the Year Awards 2019 Silver Award
Skylum Travel Adventure Photography Contest 2019 Featured Contest Image
Int"l Photography Awards IPA 2020 Honorable Mention
CEWE Photography Awards Germany 2021 Jury Finalist Award
Norsk Naturfotofestival - Ski, Norway 2021 Exhibition
Outdoor Photographer Magazine Photo of the Day Feb 2021

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Asura - Interlude Sky

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