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Taken at Death Valley National Park , March 5th, 2016
During Death Valley’s 2016 super bloom I was driving somewhat aimlessly around the park looking for patches of flowers. Spying a good clump about 1,000 feet from the road I popped on my flip flops and padded out into the sand to check them out. Needless to say I was stoked to discover a large playa shot through with fractured chunks of mud adjacent to the flowers. After sunset the wind whipped the blue hour clouds into a fury of undulating textures and shapes and it was all I could to keep the drool from pouring out of my mouth onto the camera.
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Hope you don’t mind I used this photo for personal use.
Hi there. Can you let me know the details of the personal use?
Your shots are amazing!! And your titles are so funny!! I love your creativity!! I can totally relate about keeping the drool off your camera! I feel like that when I visit Yosemite. I live on the western side of it–about 30 miles away. Maybe I’ll run into you one day.
Excellent shot. I know that the conditions / locations will change over time, but where abouts did you come upon these nice mud cracks?
Thanks in advance for any info. Harry
Thanks Harry! These cracks are in the southern part of the park, near the southern intersection of Badwater and West Side Roads. That’s the only hint I’ll give. 😉