Sparkling blue water accented by green algae flows around a majestic iron red horseshoe from right to left, with rays of sunshine dancing upon her surface. Trees line the bend, swaying in rhythm with the wind. Together, wind and water shape the mountains and canyons with the violent force of flash floods, leaving masterpieces such as Horseshoe Bend and Antelope Canyon in the wake of their destruction.
And perhaps this is a metaphor for our existence – that great forces of destruction, loss, and tragedy serve a higher purpose of creation and rebirth – eroding away the extraneous and creating something more beautiful in ourselves than we could have ever imagined.
Lower Antelope Canyon
Upper Antelope Canyon