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129 - Return to Valley of Fire, Nevada
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Photograph America Newsletter on Return to Valley of Fire, Nevada
 
Since I photographed the Valley of Fire, Nevada's largest state park, for Newsletter #45, in 1997, I have been returning for more photo explorations every time I drive through southern Nevada. I've been recording GPS coordinates to mark new discoveries. Here are some locations that you will want to visit on our next trip to the Valley of Fire. This park is covered with low rolling hills of sagebrush and creosote typical of the Mojave Desert. A few miles into the interior of the park, you are surrounded by incredible red stone formations. These fantastical rock formations and spectacular red sandstone landscapes needed more coverage with this newsletter.
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This park is covered with low rolling hills of sagebrush and creosote typical of the Mojave Desert. A few miles into the interior of the park, you are surrounded by incredible red stone formations. These fantastical rock formations and spectacular red sandstone landscapes needed more coverage with this newsletter.
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Locations
  • Atlatl Rock
  • Atlatl Scenic Loop Road
  • Arch Rock
  • Elephant Arch
  • Fire Canyon Arch
  • Fire Canyon Wash Trail
  • Fire Cave
  • Fire Wave
  • Mouse's Tank
  • Piano Rock
  • Rainbow Vista
  • Rock of Gibraltar
  • Silica Dome Vista
  • The Narrows
  • Three Fins
  • Triple Arch
  • Whale Bone Wall
  • White Arch
  • White Dome Canyon Loop
  • White Dome Scenic Byway
  • Windstone Arch