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An Awakening in Arizona

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We journey through the sacred land of Sedona — a place that is believed to have the power to awaken one’s true dreams and yearnings — to the depths of Antelope Canyon in Lake Powell Navajo Tribal Park, one of the most photographed slot canyons in the world.

Sedona by day
An alien landscape made up of red rock buttes is revealed against a pure blue desert sky. Native Americans consider Sedona 'The land where Mother Earth's energy, which gives eternal life, comes out'.
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Sedona by day
An alien landscape made up of red rock buttes is revealed against a pure blue desert sky. Native Americans consider Sedona 'The land where Mother Earth's energy, which gives eternal life, comes out'.

Sedona by night
Jagged silhouettes come into play beneath the magical Milky Way. Sedona brings stargazing enthusiasts some of the clearest skies in the world.
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Sedona by night
Jagged silhouettes come into play beneath the magical Milky Way. Sedona brings stargazing enthusiasts some of the clearest skies in the world.

Horseshoe Bend
Here, the Colorado River makes a 180 degree turn. The river has eroded the Navajo Sandstone, creating a canyon 335 metres deep.
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Horseshoe Bend
Here, the Colorado River makes a 180 degree turn. The river has eroded the Navajo Sandstone, creating a canyon 335 metres deep.

Antelope Canyon detail
A close encounter reveals fluid lines and layers, characteristics formed through sub-aerial processes and flash flooding.
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Antelope Canyon detail
A close encounter reveals fluid lines and layers, characteristics formed through sub-aerial processes and flash flooding.

Upper Antelope Canyon
A beam of light in Tsé Bighánílíní (Upper Antelope Canyon), 'the place where water runs through rocks'.
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Upper Antelope Canyon
A beam of light in Tsé Bighánílíní (Upper Antelope Canyon), 'the place where water runs through rocks'.

Published on September 27, 2016
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