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Under Nature's Knife Photograph by Adriel Heisey
Sharper than a scalpel, the lazy, patient press of water cuts deep in Upper Antelope Canyon, gouging subterranean channels from layers of ancient rock. The canyon lies south of Lake Powell in the Navajo Nation, and, seen from above, appears impenetrable. But its cathedral-like interior draws streams of tourists and photographers, who enter at a point farther south under the supervision of Navajo guides.
Photo Fast Facts
Camera: Pentax 645NII Film Type: Fujichrome 100, pushed one stop Lens: 200mm Speed and F-Stop: 1/1000 @ f/4
Weather Conditions: Overcast Time of Day: Noon Lighting Techniques: Handheld camera with gyrostabilizer and no filters