Thanks everyone for the comments. Much appreciated!
sparker1 wrote in post #13894939
I agree. Cropping from the top to eliminate the blue, and from the bottom to eliminate the blue in the right corner, would make a super composition for me. I think the crop you made on the second image goes too far.
#2 & #3 look great. #4 doesn't move me for some reason.
Glad you had the good fortune to have it to yourself. I had that in Lower Antelope once on a very cold day, and it was magic. The nice lady who took my money even lent me a pair of wool gloves to protect against the cold metal railings that Lower has plenty of.
Thanks for the advice on the crop. I may try that tonight.
irishman wrote in post #13895324
WOW (kicking myself for not going :cry
! I really like the cropped version of #1. I'm assuming you've only begun to pp?
I wish you could have gone Bruce. It was a good trip. I'm sure we can go again sometime though. I just felt the need to get out and shoot last weekend...
pbelarge wrote in post #13895775
When I head out there, I am stopping by and picking you up...
nice images from different angles I have seen before.
If I'm not busy, I'll go along. Just let me know...
FlyingPhotog wrote in post #13896891
Go to Lower Antelope which is usually less crowded and get a Photo Pass.
4+ Hours with no guide required.
Or, check into visiting Canyon X which is on reservation land and you need a guide but they're private tours.
The Rules have changed. It's now 2 hours, but still with no guide. It is less busy though. I think I still prefer Lower as well, but I couldn't pass up the opportunity to do upper with it empty...
There is also Sheep's Head Canyon, Rattlesnake Canyon, and Water Holes canyon. The first two you need to go with a guide. Water Holes you only need a Navajo Trail Pass ($6).