Photos: The Wave – Arizona’s Iconic Sight

A rock formation known as The Wave in Vermilion Cliffs National Monument in Arizona. But Permits are only issued by lottery for 20 hikers a day. (AP PHOTO/BRIAN WHITE)
A rock formation known as The Wave in Vermilion Cliffs National Monument in Arizona. But permits are only issued by lottery for 20 hikers a day. (AP PHOTO/BRIAN WHITE)

The Wave is an amazing red sandstone rock formation located in the Arizona and Utah border on the slopes of the Coyote Buttes in the Paria Canyon-Vermilion Cliffs Wilderness, on the Colarado Plateau.

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Hugo Martin from the Los Angeles Times said:

“You can’t call yourself a landscape photographer if you haven’t snapped a photo or two of the Wave.”

Permit is needed to visit this site and only 20 people are allowed to visit The Wave each day.

The U.S. Bureau of Land Management limits access to protect The Wave’s delicate red sandstone formation and to prevent overcrowding at the designated wilderness site in the Vermilion Cliffs National Monument in St. George, Arizona.

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Photos Of Utah’s Nature-Made Subway

If you want to bring your friends you’ll have to be selective; groups of more than 12 are not allowed. Image by Terra Trekking

Natural wonders are always very amazing and beautiful.

Do you know that there is a nature-made subway in Utah, U.S.A?

I found some wonderful photos of the amazing subway in Grind TV.

The popular cylindrical slot canyon is in Zion National Park, Utah.

Get there early because only 80 permits is given out each day to visit the amazing subway.

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Photos: Amazing Arizona’s Antelope Canyon By Travis Burke

The world famous beam of light in Arizona's Upper Antelope Canyon. Photo by Travis Burke.he world famous beam of light in Arizona's Upper Antelope Canyon. Photo by Travis Burke.
The world famous beam of light in Arizona’s Upper Antelope Canyon. Photo by Travis Burke.he world famous beam of light in Arizona’s Upper Antelope Canyon. Photo by Travis Burke.

The amazing photo above shows the famous beam of light that cuts through the Upper Antelope Canyon near the Arizona and Utah border, snapped by Travis Burke.

Travis Burke wrote:

 “But there is more to these canyons than this light beam, especially if you venture to the Lower Antelope Canyon, which isn’t as widely travelled but still boasts the same sensuous colours and unique textures.”

How I wish to go there and to be able to snap photos of the amazing natural phenomena like Travis Burke did.

As I always wrote, I really love the nature especially when they are beautiful.

Please enjoy the beautiful photos of the Lower Antelope Canyon by Travis Burke. 

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