Antelope Canyon. Navajo Nation, Arizona by Marty Hulsebos Photography 2021
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When our Navajo guide brought us to Antelope Canyon, I could see what it’s called a slot canyon. It is a narrow fissure in a 50-foot high cliff. It was created over countless centuries by flash floods carving through sandstone. The swirling of the water contributes to the unique formations. Most of the time, the canyon is dry. As we entered, our world changed from hot and sunny to cool and cavelike. The beams of light shine only at certain times of the year, and only mid-day. So the opportunities for photos are limited and I timed my visit carefully. The high contrast is a challenge to photograph. It’s a dream location for creating uniquely artistic photos.
Marty Hulsebos and his Artwork
The artist has a fascination with how different varieties of light can transform a landscape, this is at the heart of his art. Also, no two moments are the same. Each moment is fleeting, never to be experienced the same way again. Being awake to opportunities, and being ready to take advantage of them, is his core activity as a landscape photographer. photographs
|Dimensions||20 × 30 × 0.875 in|
|Creator / Artist|
Marty Hulsebos (American)
Printed on premium archival fine art paper, face-mounted on 1/4” acrylic, with Dibond backing.
|Movement & Style|
The photograph has the artist certificate
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