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Death Valley - A Beautiful But Dangerous Place
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Death Valley is raw, bare earth, the way it must have looked before life began. Here, forces of the earth are exposed to view with dramatic clarity; just looking out on the landscape, it's impossible to know what year - or what century - it is.
It's no coincidence that many of Death Valley's topographical features are associated with hellish images - the Funeral Mountains, Furnace Creek, Dante's View, Coffin Peak, and the Devil's Golf Course.
Though known as a barren place, Death valley is also a land of subtle beauties. Whether you're there to watch morning light creep across the eroded badlands or an apricot sunset that sends lengthening shadows to play on the Sand Dunes, it takes only a glimpse of it to get a fresh perspective.
April 6th, 2011
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