May 2017 print of the month

Lower Antelope Canyon light shaft

This print again shows the magnitude, movement in stillness, and color of Upper Antelope Canyon. Light shafts occur less than 30 minutes each day. So being there was a special experience. In this case, the light shaft was illuminated by sand and dust being blown from above and not by the guide throwing sand into the air.

Metaphorically light shafts are typically associated with focus in the midst of chaos. (I’m not actually sure I believe in chaos.) Yet here I show both, seeming random chaos and a greater focus.

This is to me the way we function. So much input from what is going on around us, and so much focus on one subject. As such, this image conveys an encapsulation of the reality I perceive more than is apparent in my day-to-day experience.

What it means to you is for you to decide…

May 2017 print of the month

Lower Antelope Canyon light shaft

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