Award Winner | Photo of the Day | October 11, 2012
Upper antelope canyon is a special place and considered spiritual by the Navajo. As per History The red you see in the canyon is Navajo sandstone. The canyon was made by the erosion of this sandstone, primarily by flash flooding. When the canyon was discovered, herds of prong-horned antelope roamed the area that’s why it is named “antelope canyons”. This photograph below captures the Sunbeam covered with dust pouring down like heavenly messages into main chambers of the crack. It is really important to start journey through slot canyons with right frame of mind this would allow you to experience what mother nature has to offer. It was, and is, a spiritual experience.
Technical Info: Nikon D7000 | Exposure 1/100sec @ f/3.5 | Focal Length 18mm | ISO 320
Award Winner: Photo of the Day | October 11
Award Score: 60 (Value 11, Clarity 12, Composition 15, Style 10, Skill 12)
Photographer: Munish Singla ( Los Angeles, California, USA)
Munish Singla is a hobbyist photographer from California. A software engineer by profession, Munish loves to travel and meet people. He started photography few months back. Now, he believes photography to be a very powerful medium to free the imagination, and believes that ‘the sky is the limit’. He does not want to stick himself into any particular genre of photography, and wants to capture the beauty, peace, joy, pain, emotion, and madness of the world through his photographs. As self-taught photographer, he wants to continuously learn, improve and grow in this field.