It is not hard to find photos of Antelope Canyon, the famous 'slot canyon' on Navajo tribal land near Page, Arizona. Mine are a bit different, I think; many I see try to expose the entire scene and capture every detail of every piece of rock. However, I find the darkness and the high contrast of shadowed rock and bright light beams to be the most appealing.
Antelope Canyon Produces amazing images, but the setting itself is small and simple. It is a narrow crevice with intricate turns cut down through a sandstone bluff by water and wind, perhaps 100 meters long and 20 meters tall. Direct sunlight reaches down to the bottom for less than an hour a day. This forces the photographer to plan his/her moves very carefully, as one will be scurrying around like a madman trying to take lots of photos before the sun goes away.