When someone says “Grand Canyon,” beauty on a grand scale comes to mind—with layer upon layer of flat rocks. But if someone says “slot canyon,” a different kind of spectacular beauty comes to mind—swirling walls of multicolored rock that resemble pulled taffy!
Slot canyons, like this one in Arizona’s world-famous Antelope Canyon, are hidden just below the desert surface, waiting to delight our eyes. You just have to be willing to hike off the beaten path to view these wonders. The smooth curves and waves were shaped by massive floods rushing down the narrow canyons during heavy rains in the years after Noah’s Flood.
All the people on earth should celebrate the
one who made these hidden beauties. They are
reminders that move us to worship our Creator
O Lord, our Lord, how excellent is Your
name in all the earth, Who have set Your glory
above the heavens!” (Psalm 8:1).
Antelope Canyon (photo by Philip Kononuk)
Yellow Swallowtail Butterfly (photo by Brian Nelson)
Black Skimmer Bird (photo by Bob Jensen)
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