Can You Find These 6 Hidden Figures in Antelope Canyon?

Antelope Canyon is a gorgeous underground slot canyon carved out from centuries of running water and its curves illuminated by the sun. Located within a Navajo Indian Reservation east of Page, Arizona, Antelope Canyon is a beautiful must-see for any tourist. The Canyon flows just like water does, and there are so many shapes and designs within the walls. The pictures below do their best to capture the beauty of the canyon.

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We took a guided tour led by Wil, a native Navajo Indian, through Lower Antelope Canyon who pointed out numerous interesting designs. Try to spot these hidden figures on your next visit!

1) Indian ChiefIndian Chief

2) Jack Sparrow
Jack Sparrow

3) Heart

4) Hole

5) Lady with Hair Blowing in Wind

6) Chili Pepperย Chili Pepper

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Did you guys see any other hidden figures while you walked through the canyon? Let me know in the comments below!

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28 Replies to “Can You Find These 6 Hidden Figures in Antelope Canyon?”

  1. These are some incredible photos! I did not know about this before I read it. I don’t know if I’m going to get there anytime soon, but if I’m in the area, I’ll make a point of going. I’ve pinned this as well!

    1. That one’s a bit tough — Look for the pirate hat sticking out, an inward cave as the eyes right under, and a high pirate collar!

  2. I absolutely love exploring canyons and this has just been added to my list for when I do my USA trip. Your pics are stunning, I want to go there now haha

  3. I recently went to both Lower and Upper Antelope Canyon and it was so fun spotting the figures the guide told us about. Wish I had seen the Jack Sparrow one you have here! My favorite was Monument Valley figure with the sunset on the back. I only shows up by taking a picture.

  4. I have never been to Arizona nor Antelope Canyon, but all I can say is that they are gorgeous I wish I could visit this one day. I will surely be breathless seeing this place in real. your super lucky ! love your amazing photos.

  5. This is so cool! I love spotting things like this! The lady with the hair blowing actually looks like one of those photos where someone has a scarf over their face blowing backwards!

  6. Your photography skills are totally amazing. The views totally resonate with the thoughts you shared! Nature is beautiful isn’t it? Gives us a new lesson every time we are alert!

  7. This is real?! I swear, I’m becoming more enthralled with our country the more I read other people’s travel blog about it! Thank you so much for the beautiful photos and hidden gems. Hopefully I’ll make it to Arizona soon to check it out!

  8. Your photos are truly amazing, love the colours and shapes of the rocks. I will definitely have to visit after seeing your post. Bookmarked for f future reference.

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