Tuffa Towers at sunset in Mono Lake, California.
Mountain of Sand
A lone hiker sized up the massive hills of sand that make up the Eureka Sand Dunes.
Anza Borrego State Park
Some harsh desert landscape in the blazing hot Anza Borrego Desert. The Desert is a subregion of the Sonoran Desert but is drier, sharing the same depression basin fault as Death Valley.
Red Ocotillo Triage
Red Ocotillo plants dot the landscape in the Anza Borrego Desert. In recent years many of the hardy plants have died do to extended drought.
Borrego Mud Wash
This wide desert wash serves as a road that passes through Split Mountain.
Split Mountain Sunset
The wash that cuts through the mud formations and eventually carves a canyon through the mountain up ahead.
Another shot of the Split Mountain Wash
The Race Track
The iconic Grandstand before dawn after a night long dust storm in Death Valley National Park
Fonts Point is Anza Borrego State Park is an amazing badlands area of formerly undersea delta sediments. It's full of fossils too.
Mud Canyons in a fractal maze looking towards Clark Dry Lake in Anza Borrego.
Mono Lake is an out of the way surreal lake full of old volcanic ash towers and infested with millions of tiny flies that generally just hover a foot off the ground.
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