Tag Archives: Zabriskie Point

Fuzzy in a world of sharp. Some years ago I found myself chauffeuring friends visiting from Goa across Death Valley National Park. A brief stop was made at the iconic Zabriskie Point to allow them the important task of logging in selfies. I wasn’t here for photography but managed to steal a few moments to […]

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Mountaintop samba. After finishing my early morning shoot in Death Valley, I was driving towards Furnace Creek when I descried this pair in the distance on the ridge next to Zabriskie Point. I immediately got out of the car and set up my tripod. It turned out that the couple, Luis Felipe Balbinot and Sandra […]

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I was fortunate to catch the frisson of an incoming storm this March in Death Valley, California. With conditions changing by the minute, I kept shuttling back and forth between the Westside Road that cuts through the Badwater basin and Zabriskie Point. Ominous clouds form over the northern end of the Badwater salt pan, as […]

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The first rays of the sun melting the crest of the Panamint Range at Zabriskie Point in California’s Death Valley make for the purest of eye candy. A clutch of photographers can be reliably found there at dawn jockeying for slots on the mound overlooking the badlands. It is easy to be seduced by this […]

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