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Manzanar National Historic Site, Inyo County, CaliforniaManzanar National Historic SiteInyo County, CaliforniaThe guard house at manzanar the ww2 era internment camp for Japanese Americans. That is mt Whitney in the background.Alabama Hills, Lone Pine, CaliforniaAlabama HillsLone Pine, CaliforniaView of Mount Whitney, the highest point in the "lower 48" at 14,501 feet. Taken from the Alabama Hills in Lone Pine, California.Rhyolite, Nye County, NevadaRhyoliteNye County, NevadaRhyolite ghost down just outside of Death Valley National Park.Darwin Falls, Inyo County, CaliforniaDarwin FallsInyo County, CaliforniaDarwin Falls, Death Valley National Park, California. It's a ways away from the main sights of the valley itself, but it was my favorite place in...Death Valley National Park, Furnace Creek, CaliforniaDeath Valley National ParkFurnace Creek, CaliforniaThe "Devil's Golf Course" If you are in Death Valley - this is an absolute must. Never seen anything like it...Zabriskie Point Death Valley, Furnace Creek, CaliforniaZabriskie Point Death ValleyFurnace Creek, CaliforniaAmazing againMesquite Flat Sand Dunes, Inyo County, CaliforniaMesquite Flat Sand DunesInyo County, CaliforniaThe morning is a perfect time to hike the sand dunes in Death Valley, the sun is hot but the air is still crisp and you can enjoy the quiet before...Death Valley National Park, Inyo County, CaliforniaDeath Valley National ParkInyo County, CaliforniaSun breaks on the badlands area of Death Valley National Park as seen from an alternative view of Zabriskie Point. #nationalpark #deathvalley...Death Valley National Park, Inyo County, CaliforniaDeath Valley National ParkInyo County, CaliforniaMosaic Canyon, Death Valley National Park - Mosaic Canyon is located near Stovepipe Wells in Death Valley National Park, reached via a 2 mile dirt...Death Valley National Park, Inyo County, CaliforniaDeath Valley National ParkInyo County, CaliforniaWildrose Charcoal Kilns: was erected on 1877. This well preserved kilns were used to convert pinyon and juniper logs to charcoal.Death Valley National Park, Inyo County, CaliforniaDeath Valley National ParkInyo County, CaliforniaSand Dunes - those fine grains of sand hurt when the wind blows
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