Locations include Zabriskie Point, Mesquite Flat Dunes, Badwater, Dante’s View, Mt. Whitney from the Alabama Hills, and much, much more.
Desert Gold and Telescope Peak, Death Valley
Big Dipper, Alabama Hills, California
Death Valley Photo Workshop Group, Zabriskie Point
Field of Gold, Death Valley
First Light, Mesquite Flat Dunes, Death Valley
Sand and Sky, Mesquite Flat Dunes, Death Valley
Moonrise Silhouette, Death Valley
Sunrise Moonset, Zabriskie Point, Death Valley
Alpenglow, Mt. Whitney and the Alabama Hills, Eastern Sierra
Incoming Storm, Mesquite Flat Dunes, Death Valley
Mountain Moonlight, Mt. Whitney and Lone Pine Peak, Alabama Hills, California
Moonset, Badwater, Death Valley
Moonlight, Whitney Arch, Alabama Hills, California
Moonset, Zabriskie Point, Death Valley
Painted Dunes, Mesquite Flat Dunes, Death Valley
Sunrise, Lone Pine Peak and Mt. Whitney, Eastern Sierra
Before Sunrise, Mt. Whitney and the Alabama Hills, California
Join me in my 2015 Death Valley Winter Moon photo workshop, February 2-6.
Thanks for the tips you leave in in your blog, they are proving to be very useful on a trip that I am planning. Soon I will travel to the US to photograph some of the National Parks and you have provided me a lot of information.
On this trip, on my way from Yosemite to the Grand Canyon Village, I am planning one or two night stops, being the first in Stovepipe Wells. Assuming, I will spend only one night in Stovepipe Wells, I will only have two small windows of opportunity to photograph Death Valley, at sunset and at sunrise. Which places do you think is worth photographing while there. Zabriskie Point and Mesquite Flat Dunes are in route. If I choose these two locations, which one should I photograph at sunrise and at sunset? Do you recommend any other location close by?
Thanks in advance for your help.
My pleasure, Sergio. The dunes are good at either sunrise or sunset; Zabriskie is better at sunrise. Have a great trip.
Thank you for the reply. Have a great 2017!