The photography tour for Upper Antelope Canyon started at 10.30 am. I had to reserve for this tour months in advance because of its popularity. Our guide Rob took us into the Canyon and showed us the sweets spots, where to stand and hold up other groups so we could take pictures of the light beams coming in. Because it was pretty busy, it really was speed photography; there was no time for slowly adjusting your tripod or settings. Just go-go-go. But I think I got some nice photos out of it.
After the exhausting morning in the canyon we went to lake Powell. Expecting a freezing cold lake we were surprised that the water was really warm. So we jumped into our bathing suits and relaxed in the lake.
Sunset was coming close, so it was time for the last stop of the day at Horseshoe Bend; which is South of page. It got its name because the Colorado river makes a curve here in the shape of a horseshoe. So, we had to go there as well.
It surely was another satisfying day in the last week of our trip.