Two postcards from Zabriskie Point.
An afternoon view inside the Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes.
Salt crystals trapped in the Badwater Basin are regrowing after record-breaking autumn rains.
Badwater Basin is the 200 square miles of protected salt flats in DVNP. It’s the lowest elevation point in North America: 282 ft (86 m).
Death Valley is the epitome of extreme climate and harsh terrain.