Death Valley Salt Flats
The largest national park outside of Alaska, Death Valley National Park covers 5,262 square miles, making it bigger than Delaware and Rhode Island combined and almost the size of Connecticut.
In Death Valley you can drop all the way to 282 feet below sea level at Badwater Basin, the lowest point in North America.
About 20 minutes south of the inn along Badwater Road, the basin is a 200-square-mile area of salt flats on the valley floor that you can reach from the parking lot via an easy boardwalk trail.
Most of the time there’s only a small amount of water here, making it possible to walk out on the salt flats. This day we went high to get an almost abstract of the salt flats. A soft pastel palette and salt as far as the eye could see.
Location: Death Valley, California.
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