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Beneath an Angry Sky - Death Valley
Seldom are we given the chance to photograph Death Valley National Park under heavy and angry skies. Our travels put us here for 24 hours as storms moved out of the Pacific and across the American Southwest in early December of 2014. Here, we experienced moody light, soaked dunes, scorched earth - wet and even darker than normal, and mocha tinted water flowing from every canyon. In winter rain, Death Valley becomes mysterious - almost sensuous, showing subtile hues rather than bold colors. The cold, penetrating winter chill permeates the silence. It was, thank God, void of the notorious summer heat we all associate with Death Valley. A tormented place, now quiet, desolate, peaceful. It's very name, 'Death Valley,' is misleading. Actually, nothing is further from truth. Enjoy. We did.Read More