Following the Antelope Canyon Tour we stopped off at Horseshoe Bend, located just outside of Page, Arizona, before heading towards Flagstaff. The Colorado River cuts a dramatic (horseshoe shaped) meander just off Highway 89. A short 15 minute walk from the parking lot takes you to the lookout point.
After Zion National Park, we headed towards Page, Arizona to see Antelope Canyon, located on Navajo lands.
I had the chance to see Bill Nye (the Science Guy) up at the Jasper Dark Skies Festival back in October. It was a sketchy drive up to Jasper from Calgary with one of the first snowfalls of the year, but we made it up in one piece in time to hear Bill Nye speak.
I’ve been a bit crappy with keeping on top of my photos this winter. We headed out in November with the intention of shooting the supermoon from a mountain pass, only for a wind warning (>85Km/hr) and snow to pick up when we got up there. We headed back to Chain Lakes for a couple quick shots and a bit of shelter
A couple short trips out on Highway 66 for some night shots. Super rainy/cloudy since I’ve been back
The back lot area of the studio tour has a cafe where you can get food and Butterbeer, as well as the sets for Privet Drive and some larger props.