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Desert Sunset View

Heidi Smith

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Deerfield Beach, FL - United States

Heidi, great job framing this beautiful image! The warm light from the light brings out the colors in the sky! L

Heidi Smith replied:

Thank you, Thomas!

Tulsa, OK - United States

Great shot, Heidi! Love the lamplight at sunset scene. Great color! f/l

Heidi Smith replied:

Thank you, Janette!

Garland, TX - United States

stunning comp heidi, this is a beautiful image...f/l/g+/tweet

Heidi Smith replied:

Thank you, David!

Montclair, NJ - United States

Beautiful, Heidi! Very effective use of the arch to provide a natural frame. v/f

Heidi Smith replied:

Thank you, Kellice!

Istanbul - Turkey

Beautiful composition! The light is magical! V&F

Heidi Smith replied:

Thank you, Hanza.

Columbus, OH - United States

Gorgeous twilight! love how you got everything in focus! fav/v27

Heidi Smith replied:

Thank you, Karen!

Whitestone, NY - United States

Had to come back and admire this slice of heaven one more time,,,,,sensational.....v

Heidi Smith replied:

Thank you so much, Omar!

Merritt Island, Fl - United States

Beautifully composed with a lovely sense of depth. I love the lighting and textural details. f/v

Heidi Smith replied:

Thank you, AnnaJo!

Lebanon, OR - United States

Your composition is outstanding on this one Heidi... bravo. ;-) fv

Heidi Smith replied:

Thank you, Nick!

Orange Park, FL - United States

Beautiful compositions and color! v/f

Heidi Smith replied:

Thank you, Bob and Nancy.

Azuga, PH - Romania

Very beautiful capture !

Heidi Smith replied:

Thank you, Sorin.

Palmdale, CA - United States

Beautiful shot and composition, Heidi. V/F

Heidi Smith replied:

Thank you, Ivete!

Abbotsford, BC - Canada

Inviting light:) And these dreamy clouds! v

Heidi Smith replied:

Thank you, Eti!

Mamaroneck, NY - United States

very beautiful!! Heidi f/v

Heidi Smith replied:

Thank you, Larry!

Whitestone, NY - United States

phenomenal work....vf

Heidi Smith replied:

Thank you, Omar!

Parksville, BC - Canada

Fantastic colours Heidi. Voted

Heidi Smith replied:

Thank you, Randy!

Los Angeles, CA - United States

an exceptional photo

Heidi Smith replied:

Thank you, kindly, David!

Yaroslavl - Russian Federation

Interesting rendering, Heidi! love the contrast of the cold and warm tones!

Heidi Smith replied:

Thank you so much, Jenny!

Melbourne - Australia

This is so beautifully composed Heidi, and the light is fantastic. VF

Heidi Smith replied:

Thank you, Rosy!

Houston, TX - United States

WOW Heidi! Magnificent capture! Love the arch frame and the light shining on the rocks! v/f

Heidi Smith replied:

Thank you, Tessa!

Seattle, Wa - United States

Heidi, YOWIE... GORGEOUS! Really a wonderful work of art! I want to go to this ranch! NOW! hehe... before it gets too hot~ You really have caught a wonderful image here! Very nice work! FV

Heidi Smith replied:

Thank you so much, Kym. I'm really glad you like this one. :)

Reno, NV - United States

Wow! Beautiful, Heidi! V/F

Heidi Smith replied:

Thank you, Phyllis!

Palm Bay, FL - United States

Beautiful capture! Wonderfully frame with the archway! v/f

Heidi Smith replied:

Thank you, Roger!

Rome, PA - United States

Beautiful! v/f

Heidi Smith replied:

Thank you, David!

South San Francisco, CA - United States

Wonderful capture, textures and colors! F/V

Heidi Smith replied:

Thank you, Jim!

Doniphan, MO - United States

Beautiful enviting scene framed with the wonderful stone arch! Fantastic color and comp! v.f

Heidi Smith replied:

Thank you, Debbie!

Tallahassee, FL - United States

Wonderful composition in the stunning image!! v

Heidi Smith replied:

Thank you, Carla!

Smithfield, VA - United States

Heidi, At first I thought this was a painting. Your photography is outstanding. This is such a gorgeous image with a perfect composition. F/V

Heidi Smith replied:

Thank you, Anne-Elizabeth!

Staffordshire - United Kingdom

Wonderful Heidi..wish i was there...!!!

Heidi Smith replied:

Thank you, Jean!

Lambertville, NJ - United States

How pretty Heidi! fv

Heidi Smith replied:

Thank you, Val!

Arcadia, MO - United States

Very nice scene -- colorful, great idea. f/v/tw/SU

Heidi Smith replied:

Thank you, Kip!

Marietta, GA - United States

Wow! The colors in this are outstanding! f/v

Heidi Smith replied:

Thank you, Daniel!

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The sunset view from the pool at Furnace Creek Inn in Death Valley.

The Furnace Creek Inn was originally constructed by the Pacific Coast Borax Company and opened on February 1, 1927, with twelve rooms. Richard C. Baker, then president of Pacific Coast Borax sought to open Death Valley to tourism in an effort to increase revenue on the Tonopah and Tidewater Railroad originally built by Francis Marion Smith for shipping borax, but in need of new sources of revenue. 20 additional rooms, as well as a swimming pool and tennis courts were added in the 1930s. The Fred Harvey Company operated the facilities for decades. The desert Inn now has 66 rooms, located on the hillside, and is open October through May.

The ranch is known for being the location of the hottest temperature recorded on earth at 56.7 �C (134 �F) on July 10, 1913.

Death Valley National Park is a national park in the U.S. states of California and Nevada located east of the Sierra Nevada, occupying an interface zone between the arid Great Basin and Mojave deserts in the United States. The park protects the northwest corner of the Mojave Desert and contains a diverse desert environment of salt-flats, sand dunes, badlands, valleys, canyons, and mountains. It is the largest national park in the lower 48 states and has been declared an International Biosphere Reserve. Approximately 95% of the park is a designated wilderness area. It is the hottest and driest of the national parks in the United States. The second-lowest point in the Western Hemisphere is in Badwater Basin, which is 282 feet (86 m) below sea level. The park is home to many species of plants and animals that have adapted to this harsh desert environment. Some examples include creosote bush, Bighorn Sheep, Coyote, and the Death Valley Pupfish, a survivor of much wetter times. A series of Native American groups inhabited the area from as early as 7000 BC, most recently the Timbisha around 1000 AD who migrated between winter camps in the valleys and summer grounds in the mountains. A group of European-Americans that became stuck in the valley in 1849 while looking for a shortcut to the gold fields of California gave the valley its name, even though only one of their group died there. Several short-lived boom towns sprang up during the late 19th and early 20th centuries to mine gold and silver. The only long-term profitable ore to be mined was borax, which was transported out of the valley with twenty-mule teams. The valley later became the subject of books, radio programs, television series, and movies. Tourism blossomed in the 1920s, when resorts were built around Stovepipe Wells and Furnace Creek. Death Valley National Monument was declared in 1933 and the park was substantially expanded and became a national park in 1994. The natural environment of the area has been shaped largely by its geology. The valley itself is actually a graben. The oldest rocks are extensively metamorphosed and at least 1.7 billion years old. Ancient, warm, shallow seas deposited marine sediments until rifting opened the Pacific Ocean. Additional sedimentation occurred until a subduction zone formed off the coast. This uplifted the region out of the sea and created a line of volcanoes. Later the crust started to pull apart, creating the current Basin and Range landform. Valleys filled with sediment and, during the wet times of glacial periods, with lakes, such as Lake Manly.

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