36 Hours in Death Valley: A Photologue

Making Shadows
Making Shadows

A couple of weekends ago, I went camping in Death Valley. While there, I roasted hot dogs and made s’mores over a camp fire, visited a castle, walked along a desert river and saw the famous “pup fish” (which were pretty underwhelming, by the way), made snow angels in a field of salt, climbed on purple, blue and green rocks and threw popcorn at some kangaroo rats.

Me, looking like a hardcore outdoorswomen

We spent a lot of time driving around…I got bored!

Scotty’s Castle (There’s a castle in the middle of Death Valley…Creepy!)

Castle in Death ValleyScottys-Castle-Interior

There’s a river in the desert…with real fish in it!

Boardwalk in the desert

Closeup of a Desert Plant

Aren’t those rocks pretty?

Sliding down the Hill on my butt

Making Snow-Angels in the Salt Field

The requisite jumping shot

cartwheeling on the desert salt flats in Death valley

My Gymnast Shot

Playing Around on a Train

Laying in the middle of the road

 

Death Valley at sunset

Making Shadows

My Friend decided it’d be funny to give the finger to the sea

Mountains at Sunset.

View of the Mountains as we leave the park

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