Dedicated to my brother Tõnu, who is great photographer. Antelope Canyon, in Arizona, USA, is possibly the most-photographed of northern Arizona’s sandstone slot canyons. The glowing orange and purple colors of the wind- and water-carved, narrow fissures in Antelope Canyon feature in many beautiful images. Antelope Canyon is sometimes called Corkscrew Canyon, for the twisted features inside. Photographs, as beautiful as some of them are, don’t do Antelope Canyon justice, and on entering visitors often gasp in wonder. It’s a must-see for photographers of all levels, and highly recommended for everyone else. A canyon is a narrow (but easy to walk through) with fantastic interior shapes created by swirling water and wind. Light enters only at the top, giving the red sandstone a warm glow, and illuminating purple-colored sections of stone. The trip through Antelope Canyon is an easy walk on a level, sandy path.