Lower Antelope Canyon, Page, AZ
Anyone who's ever taken a guided tour of a cave or canyon, knows that tour guides love to point out shapes in the rock that have names. This one is the seahorse (there may be a more descriptive name that I forgot). One thing that's great about Antelope Canyon is there are a lot of abstract, upward angle shots you can take to avoid including people. Dynamic range is a problem, but I got lucky here that I was still able to recover some blue sky from the highlights.
I have many waterfall photos to share from my last trip, but I wanted to mix it up a bit.
This photo was created from a single RAW image processed in Adobe Lightroom. Adjustments include lens correction, contrast, exposure, and white balance.