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"Light and Sand" by Marco Parenti, who writes for Earthshots: "Antelope Canyon is a narrow fracture between rocks whose walls have been sculptured by million-year water and wind work. Light beams filter inside from roof apertures thus creating a stunningly colored palette ranging from yellow to orange, red and brown. Here orange sand powder is sliding from rocky slopes onto a dried bush creating a magic effect. I could seat there for ages to admire the magnificent enterprise of nature."

Fun Travel Fact: Lake Baikal in Russia is thought to be the oldest (25 million years) in the world and contains about 20% of the world's unfrozen surface fresh water.

Ocean Arch Heart in Maui, Hawaii

Blue Caves – Zakynthos Island, Greece