The Monumental Salt Flats of Death Valley

From a distance, it could be mistaken for snow, a vast, flat valley of blinding whiteness. Except the temperature is 100o F (38o C). And it's Death Valley. The field is instead a salt flat so big that from the middle of Badwater Basin, it seems to stretch to infinity, if it weren't for the abrupt Panamint Mountains jutting up that... Continue Reading →

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