Zabriskie Point BadlandsZabriskie Point Badlands
Visitors 61
Modified 19-Mar-13
Created 12-Mar-13
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Death Valley National Park is a land of extremes: of climate, of sweeping grandeur, and of solitude. The largest national park south of Alaska, it is the hottest and driest place in North America. At 282 feet below sea level, Badwater Basin is the lowest point on the continent. Featuring soaring mountains, extensive salt flats, richly colored mudstone hills and canyons, and luminous sand dunes, Death Valley is sure to amaze and intrigue every visitor.
Mesquite Dunes at SunriseBadwater Basin VistaAmargosa MountainsLate Light on Zabriskie BadlandsSalt Flat PatternsArtist's PaletteBefore Dawn at Dante's ViewFirst Light on Panamint MountainsDeath Valley Salt FlatEarly Light on Zabriskie PointMosaic CanyonDolomite PatternsMosaic Canyon WashDolomite and BrecciaAguereberry Point VistaDeath Valley CoyoteCoyote Portrait

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Keywords:California, Death Valley photos