Death Valley-A Dramatic and Varied Landscape — 7 Comments

  1. it it amazing that such things are made by rain, sun and wind… and it’s great that there is such a place on this planet… just the nature, no phone posts, electricity poles …. a great place to take a break from our hectic modern world :o)
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  2. You make me want to visit Death Valley. Incredible photos… what amazing topography that you captured so beautifully.

    My only problem is the National Park part. We don’t really like leaving our pups in the van :(
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  3. I have a sneaking suspicion that you actually toured the entire 3.4 million acres… ;) It’s amazing how one area, even as large as it is, has so many different landscapes. I would definitely enjoy going there. Geology has always fascinated me and I’ve found some fascinating rocks and fossils while hiking and doing archaeology. Wish I could do more of it!
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  4. Certain parts of this post remind me of the Badlands! I love all of the different photos you took…the Salt Flats were cool! That reminded me a bit of White Sands. Enjoy yourselves! It sure sounds like you are!!

  5. Death Valley is a very special landscape, isn’t it! But I had problems making interesting photos when I visited it last time. You, on the other hand, have done excellently. Love the photos, particularly the ones from Mosaic canyon.
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