This photo was taken moments before sunrise from Zabriskie Point Lookout, Death Valley National Park. The foreground of this scene shows the Badlands formations, Manly Beacon, Death Valley and the Panamint Range in the distance. The photo was captured with a Canon 1D Mark IV and a Canon 24-70mm L lens set to 70mm.
“Zabriskie Point Panoramic”
In Death Valley you see bone-dry, finely-sculpted, golden brown rock called mudstone. Only the sparsest vegetation can survive in this intricately carved terrain.
An old rusty truck by an abandon mine in Death Valley National Park.
Old truck at the China Ranch Date Farm, California
Badwater Basin is an endorheic basin in Death Valley National Park, Death Valley, Inyo County, California, noted as the lowest point in North America, with an elevation of 282 ft (86 m) below sea level.
The Grandstand is a rock formation located in Death Valley National Park, California. In the background are the Cottonwood Mountains. Equipment use; Canon 1D MK IV, Canon 24-70mm f2.8L at 50mm, Gitzo Tripod, Really Rite Stuff Ballhead.
Racetrack Playa is one of Death Valley most interesting and scenic locations. Rocks on the dry lakebed slide leaving racks in the sediment after rainstorms.
Teakettle Junction is in Death Valley National Park, near the Racetrack Playa, and Ubehebe Crater.
At the junction there is a sign reading “Teakettle Junction,” with many teakettles that visitors have attached to it.