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In The Crowd

Thursday, March 31, 2005

Death Valley photos

As promised, I have returned from my camping trip with pictures. Considering that I am a truly terrible photographer, it is more than a little surprising that I actually manage a few nice shots. They can be found at my Flickr page.

I had a great time (apart from a little motion/altitude sickness at first). The bloom seems to be ending now, but seeing mushrooms growing on the dunes, a lake where the salt plains should be, actual pup fish and flowers creeping up the sides of the Mars-like terrain was really something.

1 Comments:

  • At 9:11 PM, Anonymous shoshie said…

    Ya know, I've never been to Death Valley, but I love it. It's like God took two of my favourite childhood places (the mountains and the salt flats) and smooshed them together in one (slightly more) convenient location. Rock on, God. Rock on.

     

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