I've titled this piece "Eternal Spirits" This is the exact same subterranean cavern that Peter Lik photographed his controversial 6.5 million dollar print titled "Phantom". Anyhow, I've got a completely unique twist to my theme & composition.
My personal Navajo tour guide pointed out these amazing natural formations to me when we arrived here. He showed me Lik's version that only includes the floor and lower third of the cavern. However, glancing upwards, mother nature carved out the likeness of a soaring Eagle and a Bear's head. These wonderous formations come to life when the high desert sunlight bounces off the reflective sandstone from above. The penetrating light becomes softened as it is reflected off numerous desert sandstone walls, and reveals the subtle textures and details within the canyon.
The earth tone colors within the canyon are amazing. The warm hues of red, orange, and yellow are revealed, and the shadows take on a cool blue and magenta hue. If you've ever explored the sacred Navajo lands and slot canyons near Page Arizona, this is a wonderful opportunity for you to relive those memories. You can own your own fine art image as captured and edited by a professional nature photographer.
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