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Death Valley Snapshots—Canyons and Dunes

Last updated 2007-03-28 - Send Feedback
Related: travel and places

February 26 , 2007

See also blog entries Feb 2007, Feb 2008 or search for more and related article Exploring Death Valley.

The 700-foot-tall Eureka Dunes

These images explore Death Valley. Taken as quick snapshots (only one image was taken with a tripod), a few were taken out the car window, and most were taken pausing only briefly while hiking, or goat-herding.

I think the images on this page portray Death Valley in a way that is revealing, yet true to its character, at least for the territory covered. I hope you enjoy them.

Images

Clicking on most images will open a new window with a somewhat larger version.

Horses
Sketch
Petroglyph
Survivor
Egg
Friendly Face

Winter Orange

Grasses
Syncline or Anticline...Verticline?
Mesquite Dunes
Sacred Striations
(geology: bedding planes)
Sand Bones
Dual/Duel
Pattern Interrupted
Trek

Shadow
Shadow
Lunar
Moonscape
First Tracks
Collision
The Struggle for Life
Eureka Dunes at Mid-Day
Volcanic
Sand or Snow?
Wind Brush
Self Portrait
Sunset

Conclusions

Death Valley is a fascinating place any time of the year, with numerous creative possibilities. The pleasant temperatures of February are particularly appealing, and far less riskier compared with July when visiting remote areas.

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