Pictorial Highlight: DEATH VALLEY (2/3)

This one features lots of panoramic-type shots 🙂

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Lowest point in North America, Badwater Basin (282 feet below sea level), with my first rattie angel, Ronnie Lee aka Fatty <3

Lowest point in North America, Badwater Basin (282 feet below sea level), with my first rattie angel, Ronnie Lee aka Fatty ❤

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Death Valley Sand Dunes!

Death Valley Sand Dunes!

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Amazing sedimentary layers at Aguereberry Point, pushed up on one side so they're tilted at a diagonal by tectonic plates.

Amazing sedimentary layers at Aguereberry Point, pushed up on one side so they’re tilted at a diagonal by tectonic plates.

The salt-encrusted valley floor at Badwater Basin, looking down from Dante's View.

The salt-encrusted valley floor at Badwater Basin, looking down from Dante’s View.

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Eureka Valley Sand Dunes, Northern Death Valley region.

Eureka Valley Sand Dunes, Northern Death Valley region.

 

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2 thoughts on “Pictorial Highlight: DEATH VALLEY (2/3)

  1. Marie Ballard-Anders

    Beautiful and interesting photography. Being from Western NC, this looks like a different world. I especially liked the shot of the little fox and the one of your trusty Rattie sidekick, just sitting on your shoulder.

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    1. TheRewildWest Post author

      Thank you! I’ve lived in CA my entire life (save for a little two-year Illinois prison sabbatical), and Death Valley looks other-worldly even to me! Thanks for your kind words ❤

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