Sweet, sweet light. A storm builds up behind the Panamint Range in Death Valley National Park, California. Part of the Rainbow Canyon frames the lower edge and beyond it are the Panamint Dunes.
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High above Death Valley. High in the Funeral Mountains of the Amargosa Range, Chloride Cliff offers sweeping views of the north end of Death Valley from a vantage similar to that of Dante’s View and Aguereberry Point. It is, however, much more difficult to access than the other two points, requiring a high clearance 4WD […]
President of Ballarat. Located at the foothills of the towering Panamint Range, the settlement of Ballarat near Death Valley National Park in California is now virtually abandoned. This ghost town, named after the boomtown in Australia, was once a buzzing supply point for the mines in the area. Today, Ballarat has only one full-time resident, […]
I was fortunate to find myself in the middle of a storm in California’s Death Valley this March. This shot was taken as the storm raged on at the northern end of the Badwater basin with the Panamint range in the backdrop. And about an hour later, we were witness to this marvellous […]