Look at the texture in the sandstone walls of this slot canyon, which is located on Navajo lands.
It feels as thought you could reach into this photo, touch the sandstone, and turn the corner of this path through Secret Canyon.
The one thing that was rather interesting about my adventure through the slot canyon was that the sand fell down upon me frequently and during the taking of photos. Anytime the wind was blowing above the slot canyon, sand would blow over the "slot" and fall upon me and my camera.
Because I was taking many photos looking up, I would get sand all over my lens, camera, my face and the rest of me. I had quite a layer of fine sand dirt all over my skin when I left the slot canyon. We used a can of air to clean our cameras when we left the slot canyons.
I thought one more photo of the slot canyons might be welcome to those who loved the slot canyon series. Today is also Sunday, which means new travel photos of Budapest, Hungary so check out Viva la Voyage.