Just got back from a quick trip to Death Valley National Park to try to get some of the shots that I saw during my workshop there in November but because I don’t photograph while teaching I never got. Trips like this for me don’t usually work out- the old saying ‘You can never go back again’- is usually true for me. But this time it did work out and I got just the shots I wanted of the dunes. And with great friends Brenda and Jamie along it was really fun as well. Here are two of my favorites from the trip. Hope you like them!
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love them, particularly the second one. Dreamy.
David, thanks for sharing
Particularly like the second image, been there many times, but have never gone that far over. I’ll give it a try next time I’m there