In Antelope Canyon, once the light beams are done for the day, it's not quite time to pack up and go home. Since the sun can't shine directly to the floor of the canyon, its light is sent bouncing around the canyon walls. The stone has an amazing way of picking up different hues at different times of the day. This is looking upward into the canyon a bit after noon. Many shots of the canyon don't have much frame of reference to show just how large of a structure it is, since most landscape types don't want a whole bunch of tourists in the shot. At places, this canyon is over 35 feet tall (from what I could tell) and probably more in other areas. It's also extremely colorful!