m4/3 not allowed on Lower Antelope Canyon photo tour

Started Apr 3, 2014 | Discussions thread
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Eamon Hickey Veteran Member • Posts: 3,512
Re: it's a Navajo park; access is controlled as in many other parks
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Midwest wrote:

We gave the Native Americans a very small sliver of what was once their continent and the very least we can do is give them the right to govern THAT.

Indeed. My sense is that the relationship between tribal reservation law and U.S. law is not simple, but I would never go waving the constitution in their face, given that the Navajo's ancestors were probably discovering the wonders of Antelope Canyon 15,000 years before my ancestors set foot on this continent.

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