A sunflare completes this landscape.
Two postcards from Zabriskie Point.
An afternoon view inside the Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes.
Quiet areas away from throngs of people provided beautiful landscape photograph opportunities.
An Ecological Still Life in Death Valley
Death Valley’s theme: even in the harshest conditions, life emerges.
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).