Close-up of the wave-like sandstone rock formation in the Lower Antelope Canyon on Navajo Nation Lands near Page in northern Arizona. From a series of images from Antelope Canyon, the highlight of a road trip to Arizona and Utah and the strange and fascinating rock formations of the Colorado Plateau. The eroded sandstone rocks with their delicate textures are created by sediments caught up in flash floods which then scour and sculpt the soft rocks into abstract shapes and patterns.
Afternoon sunlight filtering down through the slot canyon reflects off the walls creating warm tones enhances the experience, creating different colours and mood as each minute passes. In this image, the textures and patterns create a delicate veil-like feel to the eroded waves of sandstone rock.
Printed by JLS Framing in Cornwall, each print comes with a certificate of authenticity, signed and numbered on the front in pencil together with the image title. Prices will start to rise after the first 10 have sold. Prints will be sent in a tube for safe and easy shipping via a tracked service from La Poste.
Archival Matte 230gsm Photographic Paper