Many Faces of Death Valley

Death Valley has one of the most diverse landscapes out of any of the national parks - almost anywhere around the country.  I spent 3 days (way too little time for Death Valley) exploring all these sceneries, and I wanted to get together one post to have them all. These are the many faces of Death Valley.

Salted Polygons of the Badlands.

Mesquite Sand Dunes - late evening.

Mesquite Sand Dunes - late evening.

Mesquite Sand Dunes - late evening.

Mesquite Sand Dunes - late evening.

Cristina with her red scarf lost in the dunes.

Moonrise over the Panamint Mountain Range.

A side road from Badwater Road enroute to the Artist's Pallete.

Artists Pallete, where the minerals in the soil in the mountain melt from the heat and make wonderful color profiles.

An ode to the car that took us 8,100 miles around the US of A.

Elephants Feet at Zabrieske Point

Elephants Feet at Zabrieskie Point

 Sunrise at Zabrieskie Point.

Sunrise at Zabrieskie Point.

The Bench - at Death Valley.