Kaleidoscope Canyon in Death Valley – Part 2/2

Continued from Part 1.

Not long after we entered the mouth, I was assailed by doubt on whether we had entered the right canyon. With shadows lengthening, no course correction was possible this evening. Hoping for the best, we trudged through for another 10 minutes and then turned a corner. Anxiety gave way to exhilaration as we saw the first splash of colour.

The images below speak to the splendours of the Kaleidoscope Canyon.

First splash of colour

First splash
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Closer look at the colours

Closer look
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Art gallery

Outdoor art gallery
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Cathedral of colour

Cathedral of colour
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Subtle hues

Subtle hues
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Vivid

Vivid
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Crayoned slickenside

Crayoned slickenside
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Stained bowels of the canyon

Stained bowels of the canyon
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Red stone and Desert Holly

Red rock and Desert Holly (Note: as found)
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Polychrome

Polychrome
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Bleeding rock

Bleeding rock
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Kaleidoscope

Kaleidoscope
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