Sand Trap

“The wind which constantly whips through the canyon had deposited a sinuous trail of sand…”

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The Next Chamber

“Upper Antelope Canyon is roughly shaped like an inverted ‘V’, with the top being narrow, and the bottom being wide”

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Lower Antelope Chaos

The water-and-wind-blasted sandstone slot canyons known as Upper and Lower Antelope Canyon are home to amazing displays of warm and cool colors…

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Sunset light paints clouds pink above sand dunes and mountains in Death Valley National Park

Mesquite Dunes Sunset

An afternoon spent exploring the Mesquite Flat Dunes in Death Valley National Park was rewarded with a beautiful sunset over the dunes.

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Desert Five Spot

In Spring of 2005, an historic wildflower bloom was experienced in Death Valley National Park due to approximately 6 inches of rain […]

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Sunrise Mist

When early-morning air temperature differs just enough from the water temperature in a pond, lake or river, you get a rising mist […]

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