Antelope Canyon, set in the southwest region of the United States, is one of the most photographed slot canyons in the world. Located near Page, Arizona, on Navajo land, it is comprised of two distinct sections: The Crack / Upper Antelope Canyon, and The Corkscrew / Lower Antelope Canyon. Of these, The Crack is the most visited due to its flat topography and sunbeam illuminated, sheer sandstone walls. The Corkscrew is less popular with tourists as it’s harder to access, but provides amazing photographic opportunities. It features spiral rock arches that are bathed in muted sunlight, creating breathtaking shades of red and orange that seem to change throughout the day as the sun traverses the sky.