The trip to Arizona with our family was probably the most memorable travel experience of our lives. The highlight of the trip was of course the hike through the Lower Antelope Canyon. We got to experience firsthand ultimately the most colorful desert canyon in all of United States. It is an incredible place and weather you’re planing on just a short hike or you’d like to update your family album – you will have a great time regardless. I’m not exaggerating when I say that this destination should be on everyone’s top 10 bucket list of things to see in USA.
I will add more info later on regarding our experience, and all the detail of traveling in the desert with a child. With a busy parental schedule I just don’t have enough hours in the day to blog as much. Instead I’d like to share perhaps my most impressive art work that I actually shot with and iPhone. Btw, check out a post with my wife’s photos – they are actually even better than these.
Ken’s Tours Lower Antelope Canyon with kids
We went on a short yet quite pleasant excursion provided by the Ken’s Tours. It’s the best company to schedule your trip with if you’d like to explore Lower Antelope Canyon with kids. Ken’s Tours Lower Antelope Canyon made our trip memorable. The knowledgeable Navajo guide was interesting to listen to and he provided us with great photography tips.
If you have a chance, stop by the Horseshoe Bend – it is another awesome place to explore with your camera.
Without further ado I present you the
“Topography of the Neverplace”
My wife’s photos are to follow in the near future.