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1318-Sierras – Death Calley, CA

We travelled the north end of Death Valley and headed up and over several valleys and around  contain ranges. We went from below sea level to over 7,500 feet crossing the last range heading towards the eastern side Sierras along [...]

March 5, 2016 California, Death Valley, US Travel

1169-Panoramas – Death Valley, CA

Death Valley is a desolate beautiful photographers dream. These panoramas are very large files. If you wish to see a larger view, click on the link below each version and scan across the photo. These panoramas were created from up [...]

November 24, 2014 California, Death Valley, US Travel

1168-Death Valley, CA

Death Valley is one of the most starkly beautiful places you will ever visit. From it’s freezing temperatures during the winter to the over 130 degrees in the summer, Death Valley is a pallet of contract. of the 118 basic [...]

November 23, 2014 California, Death Valley, US Travel

1167-Burro – Death Valley, CA

Feral burros can be found in many places in the Southwest especially in National Parks. This male burro popped up by the of the road as we travelled across Searles Dry Lake Rd. outside Trona, CA heading over the mountains [...]

November 23, 2014 California, Death Valley, US Travel

1166-Searles Valley – Death Valley

This is the first look at the stark emptiness of Death Valley as we crossed Searles Dry Lake outside Trona, CA heading up over the mountains to Death Valley. To see a Gallery of photos from Death Valley click on [...]

November 23, 2014 California, Death Valley, US Travel

1165-Ballarat – Death Valley, CA

Ballarat is a funky mining ghost town in the middle to nowhere. This building was the old post office. Since 1897 this site was the crossroads for all types of interesting characters seeking their fortune at the gateway to Death [...]

November 23, 2014 California, Death Valley, US Travel

1164-Dunes – Death Valley, CA

The Dunes at Stovepipe Wells camp ground in Death Valley beckon you from your tent as you look across the desert and wonder what are those things. We ventured out onto the dunes at sunset so we could get the [...]

November 23, 2014 California, Death Valley, US Travel

1163-Dune Ripples – Death Valley, CA

A study in the ripples of the desert floor on the dunes outside Stovepipe Wells camp ground in Death Valley, CA. To see a Gallery of photos from Death Valley click on this link: Death Valley Photo Gallery [...]

November 23, 2014 California, Death Valley, US Travel

1162-Corn Stalks – Death Valley, CA

Corn stalks is a small section of the desert outside Stovepipe Wells camp ground in Death Valley, CA where the sand has bunched at the base of these plants and gives the affect of stacked corn fields. The indigenous plants [...]

November 23, 2014 California, Death Valley, US Travel

1161-Salt Creek – Death Valley, CA

The Death Valley pupfish is a species of fish that is the last known survivor of what is thought to have been a large ecosystem of fish species that lived in Lake Manly, which dried up at the end of [...]

November 23, 2014 California, Death Valley, US Travel