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Photograph America Newsletter on Back to Death Valley, California
 
Stovepipe Wells dunes, Zabriskie Point, and Badwater are some of the best places to set up a tripod at sunrise. The mysterious sliding rocks on the Racetrack must be photographed. Dante's View, Ubehebe Crater, and Titus Canyon should be on the list of any visiting photographer. A single creosote bush at the base of a dune at sunrise or a stone on the edge of a salt pond at sunset can also inspire a photographer to create unique images of Death Valley. Photograph all the icons, the postcard views, but stay long enough to drive some back roads and hike a few desert trails. Be out there at sunrise and sunset and the desert light will inspire you. Death Valley is a wonderful winter destination for nature photographers.
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Stovepipe Wells dunes, Zabriskie Point, and Badwater are some of the best places to set up a tripod at sunrise. Dante's View, Ubehebe Crater, and Titus Canyon should be on the list of any visiting photographer. A single creosote bush at the base of a dune at sunrise or a stone on the edge of a salt pond at sunset can also inspire a photographer to create unique images of Death Valley.
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Locations
  • Argus Mountain Range
  • Badwater
  • Cottonwood Mountains
  • Dante's View
  • Daylight Pass Road
  • Devil's Cornfield
  • Eureka Dunes
  • Hidden Valley
  • Mosaic Canyon
  • Mushroom Rock
  • Panamint Valley
  • The Racetrack
  • Rhyolite
  • Scotty's Castle
  • Searles Dry Lake
  • Stovepipe Wells Dunes
  • Teakettle Junction
  • Titus Canyon
  • Trona Pinnacles
  • Ubehebe Crater
  • West Side Road
  • Wildrose Canyon
  • Wildrose Charcoal Kilns
  • Wildrose Pass
  • Zabriskie Point