Traveling in US, Australian Todd Lewis arrived in Flagstaff, Arizona to head towards famous Grand Canyon. That’s when, he learned about the existence of narrow “slot canyons” near the town. These canyons, significantly deeper than wider, were formed by the wear of water rushing through sandstone and limestone. Next day, Todd entered one such canyon around high noon to experience the effect of sunlight on the hidden beauty of the place.
He was not disappointed. From entrance, the interior reflecting different colors while bathed in sunlight, appeared more like a magical painting of a layered flower of Late Georgia O’Keeffe.