Good morning, wonderful readers! I hope you don’t mind a short post today with a few more photos from Death Valley. The place made a big impression on me. I hope to return sometime in the future.
Desert rain water – A different view of the post storm water in Death Valley. Some locations had 5 inches of rain on October 18th. The water here collected in small puddles.
Overbury Building ruins in the Rhyolite Ghost Town near Beatty, Nevada. Black and White Infrared panorama.
Death Valley Sundown – I like the sun rays and reflections from the wet mud below.
Mosaic Canyon Monochrome – Rushing water carved these canyon walls, resulting in a variety of textures to explore.
Monochromatic textures – Zabriskie Point in Death Valley is a wonderful place to photograph. The hills vary in color and with the changing light and clouds, it seems there are always new textures, shadows, and compositions to focus on (pun intended). I wanted to emphasize the textures, so I used Lightroom to convert this one to monochrome. For some reason, this was one of the first photos I made there and one of the last that I finished processing.
We’ve added even more photos from our Death Valley expedition in the albums at these links:
- Link to my Death Valley album on Flickr
- Link to Kevin K’s album on Flickr
- Link to Kevin M’s album on Flickr
Link to Tom M’s album on Flickr(sorry – no longer available)
Thanks once again for stopping by and reading my blog. Now – go make some photos!
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4 thoughts on “Death Valley Addendum”
I agree with Jim. Looking forward to your next Death Valley visit already.
You sure captured some great abstracts and beautiful landscapes out there. It is a different world out there. very open and western…These images are a delight to see!
Thanks so much, Jim, Rhona, and Dorothy! It’s a desolate but varied and beautiful location.