We had Rick as our tour guide, he was excellent in introducing some photogenic shots. We didn't have time to join the photography tour so we just went on the regular Upper Antelope Canyon tour, it was Sunday in the winter, I believe only two tour companies are operating on Sunday, Roger Ekis is the smaller outfit and they have about five tours a day. Book early online, I was surprised how fast they were completely filled. The ride to the Canyon was uneventful but try to get on the last truck, as they have people coming in and out most of the time; the last group would allow you to catch some good pictures. The color and the patterns are simply amazing, you have to experience them in person, even pictures in the National Geographics could not tell the whole story. Don't be fooled by the single beam of light shining through the rocks in the brochure, it only happens in the summer for about 15 minutes in midday. In the winter, the sun is too low to shine directly into the canyon; nevertheless, the light and color would still leave you speechless. A lot of people said the Lower Antelope Canyon is less crowded but only one tour group is allowed as one Navaho family owns the land.
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